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Old 05-05-2011, 07:23 PM
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I am blowing the P0411 code. I don't think my secondary air pump is working. I am wondering if a faulty EGR valve caused moisture to leak back into the SAP and ruined it. So before I replace the SAP, I wanted to remove and clean the EGR. However, the EGR on the 1.8T doesn't look very "cleanable". Is this worth removing and trying to clean? I am not even sure how to get it off but I'll figure that out. Just wondering if it's worth it.

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1.8t's don't have an egr valve....they do have a pcv valve. It is cleanable but if you can blow through it its probably fine.
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ok, that's pretty interesting.......did I perhaps refer to it by the wrong name? I see the part listed on autoparts websites (kombi-valve or SAI valve). Is this part different from other motors whereas a faulty "valve" would not cause moisture to leak back down into the SAP? Thanks for the help. If you can't tell, this is my first VW....lol
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try this if you get bored.... VWVortex.com - DIY: Ultimate SAI/N249/PCV/EVAP Delete
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ive had that same code since i bought my car. it doesnt affect the performance, only the cold start emissions. i only get it if i start my car on a cool morning. other than that it doesnt come on. the cel hasnt gotten annoying yet so i have no motivation to fix it since its nothing that affects the overall driving and we have no emissions down here anyway
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