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    1. 06-29-2019 01:44 PM #1
      Recently I got a check engine light on my 2013 tiguan. After scanning it appears the code P0299 is either a bad reverter value or the turbo is on the frits. The dealer quoted $225 for the valve with part number 06h-145-710-c after looking online it appears many people are running the same part number but with a D on the end of the part number. Are these parts interchangeable throughout the model years? The D version appears to be much cheaper, but I wouldn't want to purchase something that is Incompatible once I plug in the electrical harness. Looking for opinions

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      06-30-2019 12:21 PM #2
      Quote Originally Posted by Kowalsy View Post
      Recently I got a check engine light on my 2013 tiguan. After scanning it appears the code P0299 is either a bad reverter value or the turbo is on the frits. The dealer quoted $225 for the valve with part number 06h-145-710-c after looking online it appears many people are running the same part number but with a D on the end of the part number. Are these parts interchangeable throughout the model years? The D version appears to be much cheaper, but I wouldn't want to purchase something that is Incompatible once I plug in the electrical harness. Looking for opinions
      Yes it's compatible. And if you mean diverter. I believe D is the latest revision. C is older. You want the D. Version. I'd. Ask dealer why they want to sell you a Older part.

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      06-30-2019 04:54 PM #3
      It is pretty easy to check the turbo, and the diverter valve is not a hard thing to swap. I would first check the actuator rod on the turbo for play. If the turbo has an issue, 90% of the problem plus that is the issue. If it is loose, you found the problem and there is no use in bothering with the diverter valve. You can find a youtube video on this from the Humble Mechanic.

      If the waste gate actuator is tight, then I would try a new diverter valve. The diaphragms do tear on these and cause problems, so go with the latest part number on this, which would be the - D.

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      07-01-2019 12:36 AM #4
      06h-145-710 C vs D? D has a cage on it. for what reason? don't know, but D's are more available and usually can purchased for less money

      the old 06F-145-710 series which the last one was rev G are the diaphragm style prone to tearing causing a P0299 code

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      07-02-2019 05:20 AM #5
      Quote Originally Posted by Kowalsy View Post
      The dealer quoted $225 for the valve with part number 06h-145-710-c


      You can get it A LOT cheaper:
      https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/aud...SABEgJluPD_BwE

      And installation is fairly simple/straight forward (3 allen bolts & a plug/harness)

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      07-04-2019 01:29 AM #6
      I had same code recently. 2013 SEL with around 83k miles. The wastegate flap was not sealing properly and apparently it couldn’t be fixed without a complete turbo replacement due to the why the wastegate is integrated. Either way it sucked, but after swap, no more problems and light has yet to return.

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