Question about 2002 Volkswagen Beetle Turbo S
Carbon build up in TDI's is a common problem. The only solution is to remove the intake manifold and clean it. It's very expensive to have it done, but here is a link to a 'how to' that can help you decide if you want to do it yourself or not. http://www.tdiclub.com/TDIFAQ/TDiFAQ-7.html#g
Once clean, using a VW VAG-COM computer the EGR valve can be reset to reduce carbon build up.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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