http://www.uk-mkivs.net/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=49902 If you go to the bottom of this thread which I Suggested in anothe rone of your posts on the same subject you will find a link from 'farmers' post of what the vanes are, and no its not an easy job, and N75 is a one piece sealed solenoid and if its naffed renew it.
Dont get carried away thinking the worst is wrong with your car as to me it looks like you have looked on here briefly and taken all the worst options and they are now wrong with your car, step back, relax and take another look, it might not seem so bad
Weeloon, I pm'd a while back with a TDI fault that was proving difficult to solve, well we think we have sorted it, the N75 valve was at fault, new valve=new car. I have a 1.8T and didnt really know too much about tractors, I do now.
Just wanted to say cheers mate, this is what the forum is all about. Top bloke.
If i was doing it and I was paying - id buy one off ebay - and do the job myself......
By all means Ill let you know - with regard to the breakdown...
Just a thought try that stuff - Its 2 cans specifically designed for Diesels...u spray into the air intake - remove maf b4! - hold at 200rpm take 4 a spin and then do the same with the 2nd can..sorry to be so vague - but it removes carbon deposits etc - For the cost - id do it before breaking open my piggy bank 4 the turbo!
At the end of the day thats the cause of most of our 'new turbo' problems - carbon gunk - jamming or partially jamming the viens....
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