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ok the fault we need to really focus is the p2294 fault. which is the mechanical fuel pump regulator valve has an open circuit.
make sure first that both pumps are pluggen in and there are no broken wires in that part of the wiring near the pumps.
now i see you did replace the pumps .... why same codes , different codes ? can you explain!
do you have VAG COM scan tool?
i do need a vin #