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Old 09-16-2011, 09:33 PM   #1
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Hi, I need some help. I have a few trouble codes and I would like some expert advice on what might the problem be.

1) 18057.P1649
2) 16502.P0118
3) 16514.P0130
4) 16825.P0441
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If really want help, at least take five minutes to look up the codes.
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Hi, I need some help. I have a few trouble codes and I would like some expert advice on what might the problem be.

1) 18057.P1649
2) 16502.P0118
3) 16514.P0130
4) 16825.P0441

Po441 is incorrect purge flow which has something to do with the N80 valve or the canister.
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If really want help, at least take five minutes to look up the codes.
+1 Google is your friend.
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+1 Google is your friend.
I did look up the codes, but I get various results. Which is why I asked for help from an "Expert". Thank you for your smart remark.
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Or http://www.bentleypublishers.com/tec....dtc.table.htm

Bank one is right side. Always.
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I did look up the codes, but I get various results. Which is why I asked for help from an "Expert". Thank you for your smart remark.
You might try searching for codes by entering only the part from "P" on. So P1649 yields an ABS code, P0118 is a coolant temp sensor, P0130 is an O2 sensor and P0441 is an evap system purge flow. If you add Audi to the front of the search string you also get pretty good results especially if you drill down to an Audi link. So audi p1649 yields ABS problem and an Audi solution.
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