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      They sell a banjo that goes in the block at the...

      They sell a banjo that goes in the block at the turbo oil feed line and you can get a 2 way splitter to thread into it.
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      I'm not too confident that the subframe mount...

      I'm not too confident that the subframe mount will last. Boxing it would have been the way to go.
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      Pressing the brake while still having your foot...

      Pressing the brake while still having your foot on the gas pedal will always give the brake input precidence. This is a fail safe built into the drive by wire system with numerous other fail safes. ...
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      There is a bleeder right on the hard coolant line...

      There is a bleeder right on the hard coolant line that bolts to the intake. Get the cat warm and crack open the bleeder till it shoots coolant.
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      The sai operates independently from the...

      The sai operates independently from the intake/turbo tract. It's unlikely that it has anything to do with this low boost. His sai issue could just be a broken vacuum line to the inlet/broken sai...
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      No it's the 3 prongs that connect the internal...

      No it's the 3 prongs that connect the internal shaft to the external pulley on the compressor.
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      I think it's mvb 103 or 130 that shows low fuel...

      I think it's mvb 103 or 130 that shows low fuel pressure and pump adaptation. If the adaptation isnt between 1000/-1000 it throws p310b. Monitor low pressure on a pull and see how far it drops and...
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      Never seen a compressor damage the engine on lock...

      Never seen a compressor damage the engine on lock up but that neither here nor there. Are your fans working with the a/c on? How did you check your freon level. Evac and recharge? Monitor...
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      I've been wondering this for awhile. Having a...

      I've been wondering this for awhile. Having a TTRS clutch, pressure plate and dual mass would be an amazing choice. I know the bolt pattern is the same but I'm not sure what the offset on the dual...
    10. A key that lost it's sync to the immobilizer will...

      A key that lost it's sync to the immobilizer will still start the car but the immobilizer will kill the engine after a few seconds.


      Op, even if you had an issue with your ecu, the car should...
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      No corrosion on the pins in the connector...

      No corrosion on the pins in the connector housing? Harness side
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      There's no way your hpfp looked alright. Once...

      There's no way your hpfp looked alright. Once the rod makes contact with the cam lobe it's done because it deforms the tip.

      To the op, this repair has been done many times over on a large...
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      Your t-belt is most likely causing the squeak...

      Your t-belt is most likely causing the squeak you're experiencing. If you remove the cover and take a small amout of water and drop a small amount on the belt and it will quit till the belt dries.
    14. Between mk4 and mk5's the ignition switch ckts...

      Between mk4 and mk5's the ignition switch ckts are very different. Mk5 switches only send ground signals and carry no voltage. I doubt that is where our problem is. I'd identify everything on that...
    15. Thread: DSG in neutral

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      As long as your foot is on the brake, both...

      As long as your foot is on the brake, both clutches are disengaged which is the same as if you had the shifter in neutral which is still Just another electronic signal to achieve the same thing. ...
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      What did you have the engine pulled for? Guess I...

      What did you have the engine pulled for? Guess I misread and thought you removed the head.
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      Of course, you don't even have to remove any...

      Of course, you don't even have to remove any mounts to pull it. I'm guessing you installed the head gasket upside down with the tab still facing forward. You might also want to make sure the number...
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      If it was running fine before hand, you timed it...

      If it was running fine before hand, you timed it wrong. Hopefully it's not off too far. What's the mark on the crank pulley look like? Is it lined up with the mark on the cover when the cam is...
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      Go buy another clamp, Don't weld it. You'll be...

      Go buy another clamp, Don't weld it. You'll be kicking yourself if you ever have to replace the cat or mid-muffler down the road. I'd suggest getting an oem clamp, they seem to seal better than...
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      Check for ignition signal to the starter...

      Check for ignition signal to the starter solenoid, if that's there and the starter has 12 volts batt voltage and a proper ground then it should crank. If all that checks out, you need a starter.
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