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Audi S3 2.0 TFSI Loss of Power/Boost N75

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by badsal, Apr 12, 2013.

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    [Apr 12, 2013]
    Hi first of all sorry if this has already been covered,

    I Have A Audi S3 2.0TFSI 8P3 2008


    Last night whilst driving it started to loose power every now and again sometimes its working fine sometimes its not, There's no limp mode or no fault lights on dash.
    Iv had it scanned via a friend and came up with only this fault

    000581 Solenoid Valve For Boos Presure Control (N75)
    P0245- 002 - Short To Ground - Intermittent

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks
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    [Jun 1, 2013]
    I am having the same issue w/ my 09 A4. Did you get an answer as to a cause?
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    Ye I changed the N75 valve and its all working great
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    [Jun 1, 2013]
    the N75 is the Recirc valve right?
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    The n75 is the boost valve which on mine is on the turbo
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    Ahh ok thankyou for clearing that up, i have the same engine so useful to know :)

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