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Dump valves

rhubarb4 Mar 19, 2008

  1. rhubarb4

    rhubarb4 Certified Audi nutter Gold Supporter Team Silver Audi S3 quattro

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    :think:Hello everybody. I have an audi S3 2000 model, i want to know if fitting a Forge splitter dump valve can affect the the boost on the car for example on acceleration, experiencing a jerking like taking your foot on and off the pedal quickly. As iv been told my coil packs seem ok its the only other thing that has recently been fitted to the car that was not standard.
     
  2. rhubarb4

    rhubarb4 Certified Audi nutter Gold Supporter Team Silver Audi S3 quattro

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    anybody
     
  3. rhubarb4

    rhubarb4 Certified Audi nutter Gold Supporter Team Silver Audi S3 quattro

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    bump
     
  4. DPM

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    Checked the MAF?
     
  5. rhubarb4

    rhubarb4 Certified Audi nutter Gold Supporter Team Silver Audi S3 quattro

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    no not checked the maf what is it and where is it. So you reakon its not the new dump valve then
     
  6. Tastyterrier

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    Maf:
    [​IMG]

    Could also be leaking boost hoses, a dodgy spark plug, N75 valve, N249 Valve. fuel pump etc etc.

    You'd be best to get your error codes read. Find a friendly VAG specialist.
     
  7. rhubarb4

    rhubarb4 Certified Audi nutter Gold Supporter Team Silver Audi S3 quattro

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    hi thanks for the photo I went to a local garage where they put it on something called Vagcon and it said there were no faults
     
  8. Tastyterrier

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    Have you still got your original recirc valve? You coul run with that for a while and see if the fault still occcurs.

    If the fault is happening all the time, try disconnecting the MAF and running the car you a couple of miles. If the problem disappears, there's your problem
     

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