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I have a 2011 Audi s5 v8 it has a code p2007 & p2006. I

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I have a 2011 Audi s5 v8 it has a code p2007 & p2006. I took it to the dealer and they told me it has a wiring issue under the intake or can it be somthing else
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Audi
Expert:  Wolfgang replied 1 year ago.

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there is a couple of things that are common with this but i do need a vin # ***** pull up the correct factory information of your vehicle please

thanks

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
WAUVVAFR0BA036137
Expert:  Wolfgang replied 1 year ago.

ok checking on this thanks

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Expert:  Wolfgang replied 1 year ago.

good morning . there have been couple of issue depending of certian factors. first is this a plastic or magnesium manifold. with that the variable intake manifold runners are either electrically or vacuum operated.

if they are vacuum operated then vacuum checks are needed to see if there are any bro***** *****nes first to insure proper operation. if electric motors then wiring checks are needed to make sure the runner motors are ok .

these motors have a tendency to carbon up causing the runner flaps to stick hence the codes that you have . if that is the case the intake has to be removed and walnut shell the intake ports clean then possibility replcement of the intake manifold depending of how much carbon build up .

These codes are ones that need to check the wiring or vacuum lines first and test peration then if further then removal of the intake manifold is needed to isolate and rectify the issue at hand!!

there is really no short cuts on this . if you can tell me if it is a plastic or magnesium manifold i can help out more but it may be an a expensive repair!!