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My volkswagen gti 2006 give me a . Code p0507 what this mean. Do I do. please help me this is my everyday car for work

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Code p0507 = Idle air control system RPM higher than expected.
Check around the throttle body and inlet manifold for air leaks or cracked vacuum lines.

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Idle Air Control System RPM Higher than expected. The computer is detecting an idle speed higher than what it should be. A vacuum leak perhaps...EGR valve, faulty PCV valve, throttle body, EVAP system, idle air controller or circuit. Check for vacuum leaks.

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That means your fuel pump relay is bad or it's not getting voltage from the computer. Check your owner manual for fuses and relays for the Engine Computer (PCM) and the power relay or fuel pump relay. Some fuses and relays are under the hood in a box and some are in the fuse panel under the dash. Your owner manual should tell you.

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P0507 2006 what does it mean



Trouble Code: P0507

IDLE SPEED HIGH PERFORMANCE
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Dealer says tapping noise is normal. Really?


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Hi I am getting a few codes the main problem on my 06 VW gti 2.0 Turbo that I am trying to narrow down is this...When the car is cold it runs normal when it is hot it will idle up and down from 800rpm to...


It appears you are having trouble with your fuel pressure regulation. Check for leak at vacuum hose connections to fuel pressure regulator. Your fuel pressure is low causing the fuel mixture to vary. This is causing your idle control valve to compensate. You may have a bad fuel pressure regulator. Check to see if gas is coming out of the vacuum fitting on the fuel pressure regulator, this would explain the problems you are experiencing, as raw fuel would be flowing into the vacuum line and into the engine causing a very rich mixture. you could check the fuel pressure but I'm guessing you don't have the gauge to do it.

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