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    1. Finally got this sorted at the weekend after...

      Finally got this sorted at the weekend after reading this thread - https://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?5129625-Diesel-Vacuum-pump-rotary-vane-type

      Particularly point 4 about the oil and...
    2. ok I'll see if I can source a used one. I made...

      ok I'll see if I can source a used one.

      I made a video earlier - https://youtu.be/q74mZlACq-k

      Only 2-3 pumps of the pedal to clear the vacuum.
    3. I'll need to source some hose to get my tester...

      I'll need to source some hose to get my tester plugged into the big port and unfortunately I can't access the other one. I could probably get the hose that's down there disconnected but unlikely...
    4. I'll check a bit later, I think there is a small...

      I'll check a bit later, I think there is a small hose connection on the underside of the intake manifold but it goes straight into a component that's also under there.


      No sorry, what I mean is...
    5. Can you see any other locations on the engine...

      Can you see any other locations on the engine picture that I could tap into or can you suggest a name of a component that uses vacuum so I can track it down in parts diagrams and take readings there?...
    6. I've tried taking readings at a couple of other...

      I've tried taking readings at a couple of other places and I remembered when I had the engine cover off that I removed the hose going from the PCV to the inlet manifold while removing the vacuum...
    7. Oh and to add insult to injury the car is still...

      Oh and to add insult to injury the car is still leaking oil, no evidence of it around the pump or pooling on the transmission where it was previously but it is dripping on the ground on the same side...
    8. Yes the idle is steady at about 750 rpm. I bit...

      Yes the idle is steady at about 750 rpm. I bit the bullet earlier and bought a cheaper vacuum gauge that I found locally, still twice the price of eBay, but I can't wait over a week for one to...
    9. I went out today to do some testing in forward...

      I went out today to do some testing in forward and reverse and I think like you say it's just a revs based thing. I hadn't really thought about it but previously when I was reversing I had already...
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      Help identifying vacuum pump check valve

      I have a Tiguan 2.0 TSI.

      Is this the vacuum pump check valve? It's on the large pipe that goes from the vacuum pump to brake booster:

      https://1drv.ms/u/s!AvEMMGITq3yVh9kbrwXu0-dh7havkA...
    11. I removed the pump again earlier, opened it,...

      I removed the pump again earlier, opened it, checked everything and put it back together. I'm confident that everything is where it should be but the issue remains. The parts inside my pump are all...
    12. I'll try! To replace the biggest o-ring I had to...

      I'll try! To replace the biggest o-ring I had to open up the pump itself, this required removing 2x T20 screws. A rotor is probably not the correct term, if you look at this image you'll see what I...
    13. Hard brake pedal at low speeds after vacuum pump overhaul

      I have a 2009 Tiguan 2.0 TSI and replaced the seals on my vacuum pump today to sort a bad oil leak. The job was pretty straightforward and the seal kit included 3 o-rings and the gasket between the...
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      Sorry to bring up an old thread but did you get...

      Sorry to bring up an old thread but did you get this fixed? If so what did you do?

      I have the same fault code on cylinder one only and get 47 for cylinder one in measuring block 018.
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