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    Whoops think I‘ve been an idiot!

    While removing my SAI at the weekend i did the N249 bypass but i put a resistor on the end and didnt connect it back to the N249 vavle. Looking at the sticky thread it says its got to be connected is this right?

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    Resisters are a bit hit and miss and likely to throw faults, preference is to leave the valve electrically connected... ECU is then happy

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    Dooohhh whata idoit i am lol. Ill scan with VAGCOM see if any faults come up. Cheers tuffty

 

 

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