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I have a 2008 CX 7 and the code P2006 came up about a month

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Customer: I have a 2008 CX 7 and the code P2006 came up about a month ago. I took it to dealer and they replaced the IMRC. Drove it a day or two and it came on again. Took it back but they didn't find the code so I drove for 2 more weeks before it came on again. Took it back last week and they replaced the actuator. Drove it one day and it came on again. I have erased it every day and it just keeps coming back with same code. Dealer can't figure it out.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Mazda
Expert:  sprinkles08 replied 1 year ago.

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This code sets when the swirl valve is commanded to move and doesn't. The problem may be that the valve isn't actually moving due to a mechanical issue, the actuator isn't moving it, or it could be a switch issue. The valve's position is monitored by a switch on the end of the intake opposite the actuator.

If the actuator has been replaced then it's going to be a wiring, valve or switch issue.

Was the intake itself replaced?