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      01-04-2012 01:36 PM #351
      Quote Originally Posted by 2slogetta View Post
      I'm talking under the fuel rail. Those hard lines. I have them totally removed. It seems to me the directions are saying to cap those...
      Oh, those hard lines. You need them in there if you aren't deleting your coolant ball since of them carries coolant IIRC. You can leave the open one capped or uncapped... doesn't really matter.
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      01-04-2012 03:23 PM #352
      Those caps were to prevent debris from entering the line in case the owner decided to re-install everything. The line becomes useless once the delete is performed.
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      01-04-2012 03:32 PM #353
      See now. I have the entire top of engine apart as well as all acc off.
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      01-06-2012 09:45 PM #354
      Question fellas. I have a 04 TT 225 and just deleted the n249 valve and was wondering if I can delete the n112 valve as well. Im not deleting the SAI or Evap system yet. Can the line that goes to the combi valve be plugged or reconnected into a vac source. And would I want to run a check valve if I do delete it to prevent it from seeing boost pressure.Hope this hasnt been covered already.
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      01-07-2012 11:38 AM #356
      Quote Originally Posted by steve-o 16v GLI View Post
      Question fellas. I have a 04 TT 225 and just deleted the n249 valve and was wondering if I can delete the n112 valve as well. Im not deleting the SAI or Evap system yet. Can the line that goes to the combi valve be plugged or reconnected into a vac source. And would I want to run a check valve if I do delete it to prevent it from seeing boost pressure.Hope this hasnt been covered already.
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      No - the N112 is what controls the injection of the air from the SAI pump into the cylinder head.

      If you delete the N112, there's no point in having the pump or asso iated hoses.
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      01-07-2012 03:25 PM #357
      Ok thanks. So do I need to just reconnect the line that went from the n249 to the n112 to a vac source. I currently have it teed into the dv line. No check valve or anything. Is that correct?
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      01-07-2012 04:27 PM #358
      Quote Originally Posted by steve-o 16v GLI View Post
      Ok thanks. So do I need to just reconnect the line that went from the n249 to the n112 to a vac source. I currently have it teed into the dv line. No check valve or anything. Is that correct?
      Follow the vacuum system diagrams. They'll show you where check valves need to be. Unfortunately I'm on my phone and can't think off the top of my head what needs to be connected to what.
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    10. 01-25-2012 01:55 PM #360
      i was attempting the pcv delete not to long ago but got stuck when i couldn't get an answer to a question about a white valve attached to the y suction jet pump,do i just remove everything attached to the oil block breather ? my engine code is aum its a 1.8t 20v

      i asked in this thread if you check the last few posts i attached a picture http://uk-mkivs.net/forums/t/269734.aspx?PageIndex=1

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      02-06-2012 04:55 PM #361
      Very nice write up!

      I read the entire thread but couldnt find the answers to my questions. From the DIY and from looking at my car, it seems the combi valve and hard lines bolt to the block with those 3 bolts. Does this mean that if I remove my combi valve the hard lines will have to come out too or can i just remove the combi and leave the hardlines? I still want to keep the stock system just replace/clean my combi because I see alot of oil and carbon deposit on and around the block where the combi and hardlines are mounted. I did remove the SAP input to the combi and put my finger in it to check for carbon residue but found none. Could the block be clogged where it meets the combi? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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      02-06-2012 06:59 PM #362
      Quote Originally Posted by Dub.Nation View Post
      Very nice write up!

      I read the entire thread but couldnt find the answers to my questions. From the DIY and from looking at my car, it seems the combi valve and hard lines bolt to the block with those 3 bolts. Does this mean that if I remove my combi valve the hard lines will have to come out too or can i just remove the combi and leave the hardlines? I still want to keep the stock system just replace/clean my combi because I see alot of oil and carbon deposit on and around the block where the combi and hardlines are mounted. I did remove the SAP input to the combi and put my finger in it to check for carbon residue but found none. Could the block be clogged where it meets the combi? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

      Doubt that its clogged. Exhaust does not go through there. The oil you are seeing around it is probably coming from a leaky tensioner seal or half moon seal in the head right above it. The combi valve is also attached to the hard lines, so it all has to come out at the same time.

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      02-06-2012 08:42 PM #363
      Quote Originally Posted by MNShortBus View Post
      Doubt that its clogged. Exhaust does not go through there. The oil you are seeing around it is probably coming from a leaky tensioner seal or half moon seal in the head right above it. The combi valve is also attached to the hard lines, so it all has to come out at the same time.
      Hmm thanks for the reply but you're sure exhaust does not go through it? It is called an exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve after all...

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      02-06-2012 10:49 PM #364
      The SAI pump pumps air into the valve when it is open on start up. Air does not go the other way through the valve. If it did it would be similar to an exhaust leak.

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      02-06-2012 11:13 PM #365
      Quote Originally Posted by MNShortBus View Post
      The SAI pump pumps air into the valve when it is open on start up. Air does not go the other way through the valve. If it did it would be similar to an exhaust leak.
      The valve has 3 openings i believe (2 in, 1 out). I see the SAI pumping air down the valve. But on the other side of the valve there is a thin input. Where is this line from?

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      02-06-2012 11:40 PM #366
      Quote Originally Posted by Dub.Nation View Post
      The valve has 3 openings i believe (2 in, 1 out). I see the SAI pumping air down the valve. But on the other side of the valve there is a thin input. Where is this line from?
      Look at the vac diagrams in my FAQ...

      but anyways...

      Combi Valve port 1 -> Head, port 2 -> SAI pump, port 3 -> N112

      N112 port 1 -> Combi Valve port 3, port 2 -> Check Valve tail

      Check valve tail -> N112 port 2, head -> Intake Manifold

      ...

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      02-07-2012 09:24 AM #367
      got it thanks. Too many lines and places that can go wrong.

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      02-07-2012 09:26 AM #368
      I see that half moon your talking about now. Is there anything i can do to stop oil vapors leaking from that site? Looks like the thread owners seal was leaking too. AND it looks like a B to replace.

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      02-07-2012 09:52 AM #369
      Quote Originally Posted by Dub.Nation View Post
      I see that half moon your talking about now. Is there anything i can do to stop oil vapors leaking from that site? Looks like the thread owners seal was leaking too. AND it looks like a B to replace.
      I think you were referring to the demo car I used

      I replaced my half moon seal when I did my valve cover gasket, and yes it is a pain in the ass. As far as keeping it from leaking, the only sure fire way is to replace.
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      02-07-2012 11:57 AM #370
      Quote Originally Posted by nstevic01 View Post
      I think you were referring to the demo car I used

      I replaced my half moon seal when I did my valve cover gasket, and yes it is a pain in the ass. As far as keeping it from leaking, the only sure fire way is to replace.
      Yea it looks like a lengthy job. Does leaking from that seal affect any overall performance?

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      02-07-2012 01:32 PM #371
      It shouldn't. It's basically an additional hole for your PCV system. It's messy though which is why it'd be better to replace it sooner than later.

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      02-07-2012 04:39 PM #372
      yea i agree. so many things to check on these damn cars

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      02-08-2012 07:46 PM #373
      Okay peoples I didn't know where else to post this without making a new thread.

      I'm about to buy this 2005 awp gti and was wondering if the hard line going to/coming from the fuel pressure regulater is stock??

      All the other cars I have seen before just have a black rubber hose.


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      02-08-2012 08:41 PM #374
      Looks about right. I seem to remember the same hard line being there on my car. But its been over 2 years since I did my deletes.

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      02-08-2012 09:24 PM #375
      Hard line to the actual regulator itself... dunno. Never seen that. Seems weird. Hard line into the rail underneath the regulator area... that's normal.
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