Andrew Triggs: Charles, you're amazing to watch. I can tell you're good at what you do.
Word Up: is this the almost the same procedure as a 2.0t fsi?
Marko Stefanovic: Great video! How much is it gonna cost me to go at service shop to repaire i take manifold and throtle body? Vw tiguan 2010 2.0
Amir Stern: is it possible to buy just the sensor for the Intake Manifold ?
GoldPitbulla: Does anyone know the name of those plates that slide out by the valves?
Van S.: Great video Paul and Charles. Wonderful work as always!
JeepCollector91: Thanks for the great video. I'm liking my Jeep 4.0L more and more everyday while hating my 2.0T more and more everyday... If only I could swap an ALH into my 2010 VW EOS.
Andrew Chondo: I did exactly what you said not to do and now I ripped the wires right out of the connector to the coolant temp sensor. What are my options? How to I go about replacing it? Something I can get at a local autozone ? Thank you! !
Overover Ibrahim: I have 2008 passat 2.0 TSI (CCTA) and it cranks but won't start. This happened overnight after normal operation. the car has 180k mile and I checked and changed the spark plugs, checked for fuel and replaced the camshaft sensor without any success. should I remove the intake manifold and do the cleaning? Could this be the reason? It just happened over night. Thanks
Dank beans: when i finally find a way to get that demon bracket off can i just toss it ? or do i need to have the bracket on their because this thing is such a massive pain in the ass to get too
Corben P: Great video, thank you
Douglas Watson: is there a way of removing the throttle body without having to lift the whole intake? The top two screws are easily accessible but I'm not sure if there a reasonable method it ppl to get the two at the bottom?!
Kai Kamenkind: I have a problem with my Seat Leon 1P FR 2.0 TFSI. The timing chain jumped and the valves were broken. At the repair in a workshop the turbo was exchanged because it was full of oil. Now I have my car back again but he does not drive as before.
When accelerating, it feels rougher. I have the feeling he does not have enough torque The lamp is on -> error code P2015
Can the symptoms be related to the defect of the Manifold?
In addition, I hear from time to time a very high "tick tick" at the front of the engine. I do not mean the TFSI engine noise
Christopher Gentner: I used your video to install a new manifold, everything went back together fine and seems to run well, but I get P0238 now. I can cancel the code when it is running and it wont come back on until, I restart the car. Any sugestions?
Travis Nott: Anybdoy know where i can find some info on removing the throttle body. I can't find any walkthrough on the TSI
Rudy Gomez: I had the same problem with my 2010 VW CC, and I haven't done without seeing your video, it helps me a lot and I have a good result since I changed the entire manifold and cleaning injectors and new seals, thanks a million, I couldn't have done without you guys, thanks a lot.
Jared Louison: Hey Guys, does is it matter whether the drive is left or right for this part? I have a right hand drive Tiguan (in the Caribbean) and want to buy the part from you guys.
SD MTB: Do I necessarily need a special tool to install the new o-ring kit on the injector? Same question for installing the injectors back in the head. Thanks
Erick Enriquez: I have a 2015 Audi A3 2.0 TFSI Quattro tuned with Stage 2 APR Bull X Downpipe, IS38 Turbo with apr software, APR Carbon Fiber, and forge diverter valve. I got a check engine light P2015 and P2016 with no symptoms yet. Should I replace the intake manifold and does this guide is the same for the Audi A3 8V? Thanks.
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