Intake Manifold For VW And Audi 2.0T TSI DIY (How To) Replacement




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Brian: I just started removing my manifold for a manifold failure, and also to do the decarb. I found out that someone had been in there before because that coolant connector that is wrapped around that brace was spliced. -_-

Artem Morozov: one lesson i learned for sure, i will never buy VW ever again! How in the f** can u put so many flimsy connectors in one space and make everything so complicated. and that metal groove on a bracket is killing me, right next to all tightly packed wires. Thanks for tutorial though!

Jessica White: is this the same process for the tdi?

Paul Zippel: Anyone have any idea how to get to the bracket behind the throttle body? The bracket magically comes off in the video and I'm all but done, except for that one step. Any insight would be much appreciated.

Ricardo Sachz: I am replacing intake manifold along with injector seals , will be a good idea to replace water pump?

Erickson Molina: I really like that extended t30 torx socket in the video. Would love a set.... Any one have any idea what brand it is?? I've been searching high and low haven't find anything that looks that thin and long.Any help would be greatly appreciated.

KirkyandKa Sunways: Very good tutorial, any chance of doing the same thing for an Audi tt 2.0 TFSI . Got an air leak on mine and can't for the life of me get the manifold off.

Brian B BB.: ONE OTHER THING FOR THOSE WHO DID CATCH THE 2WIRES FROM THE COOLANT TEMP SENSOR ON THE BRACKET IF YOU DID IT WRONGLY RIGHT YEAH YOU PULL WIRES OUT, IF YOU DID IT WRONGLY WRONG WIRES STAY ATTACHED BUT YOU PULL THE TEMP SENSOR OUT WHICH ALSO IS A F***ING COOLANT PLUG AND THEN YOU HAVE AROUND 2-3.50 GALLONS OF ANTIFREEZE FLOWING OUT OF THE BLOCK, IN ABOUT 2-3SECONDS THOSE 2-3.50GAL WILL BE EVERYWHERE AND IF YOUR IN CITY LIMITS AND THAT COOLANT HITS THE SIDE STREET YOU CAN GUARANTEE YOUR MEAN AND WONDERFUL NOSY NEIGHBORS WILL CALL POLICE AND THE EPA CLAIMING YOUR DUMPING CHEMICALS INTO THE STREET.

Brian B BB.: one thing to note that is not even mentioned in this video, if you have the battery and throttle body disconnected for idk 15 min to 24hrs your car will not start due to the cableless electrical throttle which somehow all of a sudden becomes stupid and doesnt remember its starting position, and you come to find out you need a vagcom cable/vcds program, coming from rosstech going to costs around $650-$700 or from total car diagnostics (they got a study going on right now offering $300 off cable&program) that running around $67(not upgraded)- $97(upgraded ver) cable is a vagcom 7.1.3 HEX+CAN+USB. PROGRAM IS ORIGINAL ROSSTECH VCDS!! BAD THING DEPENDING WHERE YOU LIVE 4-7DAYS@ $27.00 OR STANDARD RATE@ $5.95 TAKING 12-18DAYS FOR DELIVERY. I FINALLY FIGURED THIS OUT AFTER HAVING NO CAR FOR 2WKS AND OF COURSE WAITING ANOTHER 12-18DAYS FOR DELIVERY (STILL HASNT ARRIVED), AND NO B4 ANY1 COMMENTS, COULD NOT AFFORD $27.00 SHIPPING DUE TO OHIO WORKER COMP DECIDING IF AND WHEN I NEED/DESERVE A CHECK. *****DONT GET ME WRONG THIS WAS AN AWESOME EASY TO GO BY VIDEO AND I SERIOUSLY, REALLY APPRECIATE THIS GREAT VIDEO, BUT THAT 1 LITTLE PIECE OF VERY VALUABLE INFO HAS PUT ME IN A FINANCIAL, LEGAL POSITION. NO CAR MEANS NO DOCTOR, NO PHYSICAL THERAPY, AND NO SHOW TO A INDUSTRIAL COURT COMMISSION TO BATTLE BWC, AND WITH THESE MISSED APPOINTMENTS OHIO WORKER COMP IS NOW MAKING CLAIMS IF IM NOT SHOWING UP THEN I MUST BE HEALED SO I DONT NEED PAID. YOU TELL THEM YOU CANT MAKE IT THEY SAY YOUR GOING TO HAVE TO TO KEEP CLAIM OPEN. *****THIS IS NOT TO CRITICISE THE HUMBLE MECHANIC HE IS REALLY GOOD, BUT MORE INFORM OTHERS OF THAT LITTLE BIT OF INFO THAT COULD POSSIBLE LEAD TO THAT NEGATIVE DOMINIO EFFECT OF ONE BAD THING HAPPENING AFTER ANOTHER.

Jason Sorensen: Hey Paul!

I want to start by saying I love the YouTube Channel & website and the technical information.

I have a 2010 VW Jetta Wolfsburg 2.0T. Just over 100,000 miles on it. I love the car, but recently it is not loving me back. I've replaced the PCV assembly, had the timing tensioner fail (Whole new top end....), and now the rear main seal is leaking badly. Getting the P0171 code for "System lean on Idle".

I wanted to know if there is a recommended way to cure the issue related between the PCV going bad and the rear main seal leaking afterwards. Also, do you have a recommended guide through the process of replacing the rear main seal?

We handled cleaning our valves and replacing the timing chain / tensioner / head on our own. Hopefully this won't be out of our hands.

Thanks!

Polaris400tx: Thanks for this thorough and informative video! Just finished putting new injectors in tonight and startup and first run right after the job went flawless

mcimac38: Great video. Thank you. My 2009 cc showing error code P0122. Does the whole throttle body have to be replaced if cleaning does not fix the problem? Or can the TPS simply be replaced ? (217k/Km)

Jeff Stone: I had to remove the intake to replace the water pump on my Tiguan. The video was very helpful and like others the hardest part was removing the bracket that holsd the TB to the engine block. I suppose that this is needed to help support the TB in order to not put all the weight on the intake bolts and stress them due to vibration. I found that getting the bolt back in was the hardest part. I completely removed the boost pipe as I was able to get under the car since it is a Tiguan. Also, removing bracket nut on the TB was easier to get underneath the car. I could not find a 1/4" drive 10mm triple square anywhere, only a 3/8". It is probably easier to get to the lower bracket bolt with a 1/4 drive and extension. The problem is the solid coolant pipes that run right in front of the triple square bolt which basically gives you no room to work. When I have to remove the intake again to do the carbon cleaning I might try and remove the solid coolant pipe to give me more room. I did clean the intake partitions since they were easy to remove and it seems that these were worse than the valves themselves at 78K miles. It really is a stupid design engineering wise as the could have accomplished supporting the TB much more easily.

Benjamin Dauer: Thanks. This video helped me out a lot

Ronnie Shih: First mistake is buying a German car with plastic parts.

Adam Jones: I'm ashamed to admit I gave up on putting the support back. Simply too much of a pain in the ass. Maybe next time.

Reno Balkanac: Hey thanks for the video, its great, very well explained.. I wanted to know, If it's easier to replace the water pump by removing the air intake manifold or go from underneath. Its for a 09 tiguan 2.0L... Planning on doing the job myself, doing research on it first, it would be my first time doing this I job.. Any help/knowledge is appreciated... Thanks everyone....

Adam Jones: HELP! My fuel rail does not fit the new intake manifold! The holes do not line up.

Adam Jones: I could not get the triple square bolt without taking out the boost pipe from below.

Gregory Madsen: So (thanks to this video) I got this job completed for changing my fuel injectors. The car was running like new again for the first week but now it is having the same issue. Check engine light on and running rougher everyday. The check engine light was blinking when I started it today. I'm dreading bringing it in... Any advice please? 2009 cc sport
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