You are going to be working on the fuel system so be prepared: Work in a well ventilated area. All of our Fuel Pressure Sensors are guaranteed to fit if you use enter your Volkswagen Passat into your Year Make Model selector. Since you took it off for pictures, I am not sure of that. . I am still confused how it can be as low as -71 though? Am I right in thinking that because the fault was quite aparant that it isn't the sensor that is faulty, as the problem is obviously there? A passive sensor is connected to a voltage divider network so that varying the resistance of the passive sensor causes a variation in total current flow. I know it means nothing in this game these days but I replaced the spark plugs and the fuel filter with genuine Audi parts last year and have only done 3'000 miles she is only for the weekends lol and I have also had the coil packs replaced under the recall at the time so hopefully they are ruled out.
You ok mate, take g247 off and check the part number to see if its the latest one As for the fuel pressure and the new filter I have seen a few new filters fail as this filter also fits r8 I have replaced one 1 year after it was replaced for fuel contamination Problem, poor warm starting int misfire The pressure limiting valve is a pig to change manifold off job but its something I change now as a precaution and when to look inside you find its full of gunk Might be coming off the spanners soon not at the weekend though lol workshop manager As young crasher has said the pressure pumps can play up but take the pump out and remove the sieve, look for metallic bits showing signs of internal wear measured values Unified measured value blocks - petrol engines 2. I hope this helps someone. Have you seen this before Crasher? August 9, 2018 Followup from the Pelican Staff: What year is the vehicle? I can check if I have that info. Thanks in advance, - Jonny From your description, I would have the fuel pressure tested. November 1, 2017 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for sharing your repair process and experience. Does anybody have a schematic or pictures as to where the wires from the sensor go to? I had previously erased the fault yesterday and had an 80 mile round trip to make today so before I set off, I rechecked for faults.
I know it means nothing in this game these days but I replaced the spark plugs and the fuel filter with genuine Audi parts last year and have only done 3'000 miles she is only for the weekends lol and I have also had the coil packs replaced under the recall at the time so hopefully they are ruled out. Need to buy parts for this project? No sparks or open flame around and if you smoke now would be a really good time to quit: at least for the half hour it might take you to perform this job. Description: The Fuel Pressure Sensor G247 is a diaphragm strain gauge device in which resistance changes with pressure. Size of the thrust sensor does not matter in this case. She pulled into a nearby gas station, cycled ignition, and did not have any more issues on the 8 mile drive back home. I would check spark, fuel and compression on all cylinders.
This car has 2586 miles now. My Mk5 golf has been burning through the petrol quite quickly, more than usual and the engine will cough then the car will start to lose power. There are loads of pages covering most thing like Fuses, Relays covering 60 different areas. There are many other possible causes for fault codes. .
Most of my work on these apart from general maintenance has been with the cam chain drive system falling apart. The engine should be cold while doing this so open the gas cap while the motor is cooling down and help relieve the vacuum in the system. Lights on are actually a good thing in your case as you will hopefully have something to work of Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk totally agree, once i see if this is the same code or 2 codes i can work from that, hoping its a part that i hear might be covered under an extended warranty from audi. Thanks to A8 and Crasher for the help along the way :D Really appreciated! This is the most affordable solution for your replacement needs! Please see our articles on replacing the other sensors for help with those. Just as with the fuel filter, injectors, or any other component of the fuel system, it's best to relieve the fuel system of any pressure before you go opening it up. Feedback Buttons provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. Your car is nearly six years old and was bought outside the network, any Audi warranty expired nearly three years ago and your other warranty may exclude wear and tear claims.
. If you are getting an error code that you have low fuel pressure to the high pressure pump changing your sensor is the first step in trouble shooting. Keep a fire extinguisher near you at all times and know how to use it correctly. Not without your Sales Model from your data sticker. Throttle control 070 - 079. For more information go to. .
Basically after driving it alot today, there is no return of any fault codes but the problems still there. These reviews are from anyone who purchased those parts, in this case a Fuel Pressure Sensor, so you can feel confident that you know what you are buying. . Have you seen this before Crasher? I have got lost in the mvb info but thanks for the help lol. I have had it be the sensor, the lift pump or the high pressure pump. This can happen even with a new engine as the new engine could be shipped with the last sensor in production for that engine code.
Just goes to show that sometimes chasing a stored fault is not always your answer. Ross-Tech is not affiliated with the Volkswagen Group in any way. The results here show both the low and high pressure are pretty consistent with each other and do not drop out of specification. Do you think to maybe go for the lift pump still? August 11, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Yes you can, follow the steps to get the parts out of the way needed for access. Low Fuel Level or Fuel Tank empty.
I have a code 2293, which says fuel pressure regulator 2. There are many other possible causes for fault codes. Surely the least that it can go is 0? I take it that is the sensor simply picking up on actual low pressure then? Nimble technicians, surely you should hang your heads in shame. The faulty sensor path gives me a little more confidence with that plan. I know that is of absolutely no help to you at all but there you have it.