Question about 1996 Audi A4
Thats a common problem with the 18t....clean the throttle body out.....it will need realignment with a diagnostic computer but it will be driveable to your nearest garage.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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A P0507 DTC trouble code is set when the actual idle speed is higher that than the desired idle speed set in the computer. I would be checking for a vaccum leak because that can easily cause the engine to idle higher than usual. Aside from that you could have a malfunction in the electronic throttle control or the Engine computer but thos are less likely. As far a vacuum leak goes sometimes a hissing noise can be heard, Inspect all the rubber hoses for cracks or splitting and also check the intake hose after the air cleaner for any leaks. Hope this helps and good luck.
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