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    **APOLOGIES for posting this twice, I replied to a post in the wrong section initially, I didn't realise until now**

    Afternoon guys,


    I had this issue on the 24th July on the M1, was just over-taking a car at about 65-70 then there was a sudden jolt, my foot was flat to the floor and I had no power. Moved over to the left lane and noticed the glow plug light was flashing, I didn't hear a bing as I had the windows down (air con needs a regas!), the stretch of M1 I travel on daily is a "smart motorway" meaning no hard shoulder so had to travel another 3-4 miles before I could pull over and restart the engine.

    After restarting the engine the issue cleared and I was able to complete my journey home (another 3 miles on A roads). I drove the car over to a friends in the evening to get it scanned, (round trip of 9 miles), had no issues on the journey although I seem to think the car is a little hesitant and the idle is sometimes a bit lumpy and when driving at low speed (noticing that more and more now). We cleaned the EGR about a month ago as assumed that was probably the cause (see pics).

    It's a BMR 170 TDI 2007 with near on 180k on the clock, it's serviced on time every year and hasn't failed an MOT since I last took to the *******, sorry dealer about 6 years ago.

    I've driven in to work this every day since with no problem (or than the above mentioned issues).

    Address 01: Engine Labels: 03G-906-018-BMN.clb
    Part No SW: 03G 906 018 AS HW: 03G 906 018 AS
    Component: R4 2.0l PPD1.2 G 9971
    Revision: --H42--- Serial number: VWZCZ000000000
    Coding: 0000072
    Shop #: WSC 00450 210 69121
    VCID: 76E447D6014446F40E-8022

    1 Fault Found:
    000665 - Boost Pressure Regulation
    P0299 - 006 - ControlRange Not Reached - Intermittent
    Freeze Frame:
    FaultStatus: 00000001
    FaultPriority: 5
    FaultFrequency: 1
    Resetcounter: 39
    Mileage:288773 km
    TimeIndication: 0
    Date:2019.07.24
    Time:15:38:08

    Freeze Frame:
    RPM: 2208/min
    Torque:304.0 Nm
    Speed:118.0 km/h
    74.88 %
    Voltage:14.13 V
    Pressure:2321.7 mbar
    Pressure:1895.7 mbar

    Readiness: N/A

    If it's the actuator as suggested on some other threads it sounds like it needs setting up so it's not a DIY job, other options I suppose is replacing the entire turbo with a recon unit as there doesn't seem to be much price difference between that and the actuator on its own.

    Any suggestions on what to check first?

    Many thanks,

    Nick.

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    That is underboost, normal a leak in the vacuum control system preventing the ECU controlling the boost correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crasher View Post
    That is underboost, normal a leak in the vacuum control system preventing the ECU controlling the boost correctly.
    Morning, thank you for the reply. Is there anything I could check at home or is it a job for my local garage? Could this also cause the hesitation/juddering I'm experiencing as well when accelerating or driving at low speed?

    Many thanks,

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    The vacuum system uses the injection tandem pump to develop the vacuum which also powers the brake servo so the first step is to remove the small pipe from the servo pipe and apply a vacuum and you should not be able to draw any air.
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    I know this is old now but I've continued to drive the car, even did a 800 mile round trip to Newquay and that's the last time it threw this error. The juddering at idle now seems to be getting worse but there is no pattern to it happening, what I have noticed is when it's juddering on idle and then I start to drive it sounds like the exhaust is blowing (I've had it checked as I recently had the back box replaced and it's OK) and it's a little smokey around the back, as soon as it starts happening it can stop again, sometimes it's 10 mins sometimes it's a minute or 2.

    I've had the turbo checked and the tests show it's the actuator at fault for the original error, I'm just wondering if the other symptoms are related or if I've potentially got other problems.

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    Has the DPF been removed?
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    Hi, no it's still there as far as I know, I haven't asked for it to be removed if that's what you mean?

    I've looked at getting it TerraCleaned, has anyone had any experience with this before and has it helped? Certainly seen some positive reviews.
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    I've bitten the bullet and it's getting a turbo fitted tomorrow, also getting the timing belt/water pump done at the same time.

    I'll see how it is after this work is done.
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    So I had the turbo and the timing belt replaced, got the car back yesterday (first turbo was faulty and the tensioner stud wouldn't torque in the head caused a delay). Had the car back about 2 hours and on my first drive the same error triggered.

    The car is back in the garage and is now showing a fault with the intake manifold, a new replacement is 500 :-( I found a thread on another forum which Mitch responded to, possibly the same issue. The garage are cleaning it out and trying to solve it without costing me lots of money. I know the owner so he's not trying to rip me off.
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    What is the fault code?
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