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Zippy

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  1. P0103 Possible fault cause

    1. Intake air system on pressure side (between turbocharger and engine) leaks

    2. Short circuit to B+

    3. Mass air flow sensor faulty

    4. Throttle jacking unit faulty

    Diagnosis/Troubleshooting

    1. Check intake air system for leaks.

    2. Check wiring from MAF sensor to DME control module for short to B+.

    3. Check signal from MAF sensor.

    4. Check and clean throttle jacking unit.

    5. Clean air cleaner and replace filter element.

  2. I have been offered a cheap upgrade for my standard tt.

    A local garage say they have achieved 480bhp by giving a tt the GT2 map. They say they can overcome the potential problems with the differences in the cams.

    The cost of this will simply be the time taken, 1 hour at the hourly rate so $75 for 60 bhp.

    Can anyone see a danger in this method?

    Running a GT2 file, designed for K24 turbos on a K16 car is stupid. Stay away from that garage. There are several options available to increase performance of a K16 car, but running a K24 file is not 1 onf them.

  3. I have calibrated VOES (vacuum opreated electrical switches) using a Mity Vac pump for the vacuum source, but I also needed an OHM meter to know at what point electrically the switch opened and closed. Also a vacuum gauge is often needed to know how much vacuum is created and at what point. I don't know if this will help you.

    thanks for the response Nick, but I'm going to need a specific set of instructions. My guess is it's fairly simple... I just don't know what to do.

    Mike

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