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  1. I think you just identified it, those motors are designed to be momentary, not constantly run 😒
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  2. Low fuel pressure - either a leak or a worn out fuel pump.
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  3. This was crazy, apparently two different things happened. Fortunately, nothing major. First, the battery ended up having a dead cell. Replaced it and good as new. I was hearing that with the 2021 polar vortex seems that a lot of people had the car batteries go bad, not sure how wide spread though. Second, the sound was coming from passenger seat. The adjustment switch on the passenger front was stuck, but not enough to actually move the seat but just enough for the motor to be engaged...lol Still need to figure out the burning smell! Still take that in consi
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  4. The factory default for the valves is the loud position, so if they are not hooked up, that is what you get. The valves only move to the "quiet" position when activated. The original reason for the valves was the incredibly restrictive Swiss noise laws for residential neighborhoods, so when the vehicle was operating a low speeds, it was quiet.
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  5. P12A1 Possible fault causes Predelivery quantity or pressure in fuel low-pressure circuit too low Fuel high-pressure system leaking Fuel high-pressure sensor faulty Fuel high-pressure pump faulty P1026 Possible fault causes Only if the value is below the lower limit: Predelivery quantity or pressure in fuel low-pressure circuit too low Tank (almost) (driven) empty If the value is below or exceeds the limits: Quantity control valve faulty (in fuel high-pressure pump) Fuel high-pressure pump fau
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