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Old 01-14-2011, 04:58 AM   #1
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So my check engline light came on and I had my indie look at it. they do a pretty good job and are reasonably priced. he said that the error code is p2006 and p2007 which is related to the intake flaps not opening or there is a vacuum leak somewhere involving the inlet manifold. he said that the drive unit for it is malfunctioning. the part alone is like $350! part number is 06e-133-619. and to install it is like $225. i didn't realize this was going to be so hard to install that the price would be so high.

has anyone else had this problem? i read somewhere that this could also be related to carbon build up inside the engine and that our 3.2 engines are notorious for carbon build up. boooo!!!

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You can purchase that OEM part on–line for $259.20 + $5.95 shipping from audipartsnationwide.com (Rector Audi). BTW, I have not had any issues (at least not yet) with my 2006 A6 Avant w/ 43K miles on it.
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I had exactly the same problem code P2006, P2007.
One of the vacuum pipe in the front of the engine was cracked.
The pipe cost me $21 from audi
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hey badziewo or anyone else.... do you know where i can locate the vacuum line? my i'm hoping it's just the hose or vacuum line that i can inspect myself.
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The vacuum pipes are located under the front engine plastic cover.Check the TSB attachment
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Thanks guys, with your thread I was able to search for the proper vacuum hoses and sure enough, I had a broken hose. Havent fixed it just yet but now I know. I had Fault codes P2006 and P2007.
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Check the entire length of the vacuum lines, as they break over on the driver's side front area of the cylinder head also. You can generally clip the brittle section out and use a rubber vacuum hose in that area instead.
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Hey guys, Quick question. I took the advie and replaced the entire length of the side that I found broken with heat resistant silcone/rubber hose. It might be my imagination but the car appears to respond better however the engine light did not go off on its own. Do I need to get the codes cleared or will the light go off on its only after a little while?

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Same thing happened to me. Took about a day, but the light eventually went out on its own.
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I am currently looking at purchasing an Audi A6, but wanted to get a take from some owners. It is a 2006 3.2 and looks to have all the options. However, there are some problems. It has 71k miles on it, it is sending the code about the cracked hose mentioned in this thread, one rear light is out, the passenger side window will roll down, but not up from the driver side(it will from the passenger side door), and the air bag light is on. The girl who currently own the car said the airbag light has come on and off since she bought it.

This is a pretty nice vehicle, but I don't want to buy a problem. Thanks for the help.
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I am currently looking at purchasing an Audi A6, but wanted to get a take from some owners. It is a 2006 3.2 and looks to have all the options. However, there are some problems. It has 71k miles on it, it is sending the code about the cracked hose mentioned in this thread, one rear light is out, the passenger side window will roll down, but not up from the driver side(it will from the passenger side door), and the air bag light is on. The girl who currently own the car said the airbag light has come on and off since she bought it.

This is a pretty nice vehicle, but I don't want to buy a problem. Thanks for the help.
Yes my car had the mentioned error codes but it was a simple fix of replacing a cracked hose. The vacuum lines that run tight up against the engine become brittle over time due to the heat and can eventually break. I simply cut the plastic run out and replaced with a heat resistant silicone hose which slid over the plastic at each end that I cut out. It takes a few days for the error code to go away, it has to see that the problem doesn't return after so many cycles. As far as 71k miles.....thats awesome. I bought mine with 81k miles and now I am at 110k and could not be happier, she's got another 100k to go....
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I have a Q7 4.2 fsi sline, plus the car me an error p2006, p2007, and not find the tubes vaco this engine, someone could help me
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Check the entire length of the vacuum lines, as they break over on the driver's side front area of the cylinder head also. You can generally clip the brittle section out and use a rubber vacuum hose in that area instead.
Found the hose in my car is also broken. However I cannot see what it connects to. Does anyone know where the other end goes? A diagram, pics or instructions would be appreciated. I don't want to pay the stealership if I can avoid it. Help!!
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Found the hose in my car is also broken. However I cannot see what it connects to. Does anyone know where the other end goes? A diagram, pics or instructions would be appreciated. I don't want to pay the stealership if I can avoid it. Help!!

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Mine broke where the arrow is. Small PVC type plastic tubing gets brittle from the heat after so many years. I just replaced the whole run with Silicone rubber tubing. Codes took 2 days to clear after replacement.
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Found the hose in my car is also broken. However I cannot see what it connects to. Does anyone know where the other end goes? A diagram, pics or instructions would be appreciated. I don't want to pay the stealership if I can avoid it. Help!!
Look at this thread.

http://forums.audiworld.com/showthre...8#post24276198
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Does anyone know what the diameter of the hose is? I want to replace with silicone and can't seem to find the information anywhere. Looks like about 4.5mm
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Of course this is an old thread, but would anyone kindly point me in the direction of where I can find photos or diagrams of those hoses on the 4.2L V8? I'm getting the P2006 and P2007 codes on my S5 with the 4.2…

Thank you in advance.
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Have many people changed out this plastic vacuum line on the 3.2L engine? The routing of the line is not so good, it runs right across the valve cover. Ours must have been in a semi-failed mode for a while and went to a complete failure within the past couple of days. The entire line broke into pieces like uncooked pasta when I removed it.


I suspect this problem is going to affect everyone. Our car is approaching 110k miles.


This is the fault I saw, MIL was switched on:


Tuesday,10,March,2015,11:09:46:32539
VCDS Version: Release 14.10.1 (x64)
Address 01: Engine Labels: 06E-910-559-BKH.lbl
Control Module Part Number: 4F1 910 559 E HW: 4F1 907 559 A
Component and/or Version: 3.2l V6 FSI 0070
Software Coding: 010D0109190F0120
Work Shop Code: WSC 02325 785 00200
VCID: 2D5BE69CB
3 Faults Found:


008304 - Intake Manifold Tuning Valve (Bank 1)
P2070 - 006 - Stuck Open
Freeze Frame:
Fault Status: 01100001
Fault Priority: 2
Fault Frequency: 8
Reset counter: 40
Mileage: 174523 km
Time Indication: 0
Date: 2015.03.09
Time: 08:16:22


Freeze Frame:
RPM: 1280 /min
Mass Air / Rev.: 283.4 mg/str
Temperature: 6.0*C
Idle
Absolute Pres.: 601.2 mbar
Speed: 0.0 km/h


008198 - Intake Manifold Flap; Bank 1
P2006 - 006 - Stuck Closed - MIL ON
Freeze Frame:
Fault Status: 10100001
Fault Priority: 4
Fault Frequency: 2
Reset counter: 40
Mileage: 174570 km
Time Indication: 0
Date: 2015.03.09
Time: 13:41:50


Freeze Frame:
RPM: 1824 /min
Mass Air / Rev.: 332.5 mg/str
Temperature: 51.0*C
Part Throttle
Voltage: 1.480 V
Speed: 28.0 km/h


008199 - Intake Manifold Flap; Bank 2
P2007 - 006 - Stuck Closed - MIL ON
Freeze Frame:
Fault Status: 10100001
Fault Priority: 4
Fault Frequency: 2
Reset counter: 40
Mileage: 174570 km
Time Indication: 0
Date: 2015.03.09
Time: 13:41:50


Freeze Frame:
RPM: 1824 /min
Mass Air / Rev.: 332.5 mg/str
Temperature: 51.0*C
Part Throttle
Voltage: 1.640 V
Speed: 28.0 km/h



Readiness: 0000 0000
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I was getting same issue, finally took the car to the dealership becaise it had an extended warranty. Whole manifold had to be switched out.

I have the silicon line to replace the stupid plastic lines up front, just havent gotten to it yet.
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