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Urgent Help - Anyone with vagcom ready to help - NW London?

pbi Aug 6, 2012

  1. pbi

    pbi New Member

    Hello guys I was wondering if anyone would be kind enough to help me and have a quick look and do a VAGCOM scan to my car.

    I`m going away with the car this Friday and if someone can help with scan today or tomorrow will be perfect.

    Car is audi a6 3.0tdi quattro 2006, no mods/remaps done.

    There is no engine lights or what ever on the dash showing a problem. The car is bad on fuel and some times feels like is under power. I want to see what the scan will show up before I start changing MAF,MAP and etc. I believe that is possible this kind of sensors to be check with vag that they operate in the way they should?

    Anyone ready to help near NW London? I`m live in cricklewood ??

    I`m also working at Heathrow area at the moment. Thank you.
  2. Sandra

    Sandra Administrator Staff Member Administrator TeamMisano TFSI Owners Group Audi S3 quattro s tronic Platinum Supporter Audi Main Dealer

    VCDS (formerly VAG-COM) forum
    look in the link above, click blue balloon for users in your area, there details pop up inthe left hand corner, pm them and ask them for a scan. Hope that helps you out. :) x
  3. pbi

    pbi New Member

    I send pm to some members. Than you Sandra.
  4. NHN

    NHN Retrofitter - Audi - VW - Skoda - Seat Site Sponsor VCDS Map User

    Maf/s would be my 1st stop tbh, any smoke?
  5. pbi

    pbi New Member

    No smoke. I check all hoses for leaks - none. Car is running ok when cold or on aircon, but when get to normal temperature is a little bit sluggish and looks like under power and litle bit more noisy. I know that at cold start mixture is more rich and also when aircon is working and I pointing to the MAF, but if some one could help me with fast scan will be realy good.

    Today I change the fuel filter, new front brake disks and pads.
  6. psd99

    psd99 Member

    I have been experiencing similar problems and on here been told it could be my divertor valve
    worth a look imo
  7. snapon

    snapon Member

    best thing instead of guessing do a proper scan it will save you money in the long run

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