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  1. Re: 18001 and 01039 codes! 
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    Doh, I will check...
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    Just been reading online, could I have a faulty Map sensor??
    Causing the altitude tolerance problem
     
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    The ELSA code table says either Air mass Meter (where did you buy it and what is it?) and yes a faulty MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) sensor fault could cause this issue, the only downside to this theory is that the APT does not have one....
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    I got a second hand one, I'm guessing the MAF is good as it made a huge difference and got rid of 3 codes that haven't come back on.
    I spoke to somebody at vw today and I mentioned that a few months ago I cleaned the throttle body.
    He then told me that as soon as you move the flap inside it, it has to be reset! Does this have to be done using vagcom??
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    Yes the throttle body MUST be re-adapted to the ECU, Basic Settings 060 on drive by wire throttle bodies.
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    OK, I'll give that a go. Thanks for your help 👍
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