I’m sick of seeing people trying to repair their fuel pressure codes by parts swapping the high pressure fuel pump, sensors, fuel pump module and so on when it’s really just a timing wear issue.
So check vagcom measuring blocks 208 & 209. If out more than +/- 8* you need to pull the engine and or transmission and replace the chains & guides and should change sprockets and even the hpfp sprocket (it suffers wear on the lobe
Here is what Ross-tech says to check: http://wiki.ross-tech.com/wiki/index...3/P1025/004133
Now stop going to the junkyard and butchering the 3.6 harnesses to get hpfp and sensors out that won’t fix your timing chains & guides.