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  1. Check engine light on and engine vibrating when ignition turned off 
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    Just noticed today that when I am turning the ignition off after driving, I feel a good shake of the engine. After couple of local trips today I see the check engine light came on. I have a Bluetooth obd adapter and scanned the error codes using car scanner app. Here is what I got. Can someone please tell me if there is any obvious fault? I cleared the codes now. The engine light is gone, but I can still feel the shake when stopping. Don't feel it while idling though.

    I also have some electrical issues which needs sorting out.

    ============1==============
    P2108
    Raw code: 2108
    ECU: Engine control unit
    Status: Confirmed
    OBDII: Throttle actuator control (TAC) control module - performance problem

    ============2==============
    1314
    Raw code: 0522
    ECU: 19. CAN Gateway
    Status: Test conditions are met, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi: Engine control unit

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    0384
    Raw code: 0180
    ECU: 19. CAN Gateway
    Status: Pending fault present, Pending fault present during this driving cycle, Test is inhibited by other DTC, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi A1 2019; A4 2016, A5 2017, Q5 2017, A4 USA/ CAN 2016, Audi A5 USA / CAN 2016, Q5 USA/ CAN 2017; Q7 2016: B10CE00: Blower reduction due to energy management
    Audi: C101D01: Right rear ABS wheel speed sensor
    Electrical error
    Audi: B2F0600: Development code 6
    Audi: B187400: Aux. heat/ventilation
    Heater runtime exceeded
    Audi: Optical data bus

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    2083
    Raw code: 0823
    ECU: 03. ABS control unit
    Status: Test conditions are met, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi: C119A12: Stationary cornering light
    Short circuit to B
    Audi: Message to request a slowdown; Message for delay request

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    1314
    Raw code: 0522
    ECU: 03. ABS control unit
    Status: Test is inhibited by other DTC, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi: Engine control unit

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    18055
    Raw code: 4687
    ECU: 03. ABS control unit
    Status: Test conditions are met, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi: P1647 Check coding / modifications of transmission control units; Check coding / variants of the control units in the drive train

    ============7==============
    0384
    Raw code: 0180
    ECU: 07. Head unit controller (VW TP2.0)
    Status: Pending fault present, Pending fault present during this driving cycle, Test is inhibited by other DTC, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi A1 2019; A4 2016, A5 2017, Q5 2017, A4 USA/ CAN 2016, Audi A5 USA / CAN 2016, Q5 USA/ CAN 2017; Q7 2016: B10CE00: Blower reduction due to energy management
    Audi: C101D01: Right rear ABS wheel speed sensor
    Electrical error
    Audi: B2F0600: Development code 6
    Audi: B187400: Aux. heat/ventilation
    Heater runtime exceeded
    Audi: Optical data bus

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    1314
    Raw code: 0522
    ECU: 08. Heater and climate
    Status: Test is inhibited by other DTC, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi: Engine control unit

    ============9==============
    1314
    Raw code: 0522
    ECU: 17. Dashboard
    Status: Test conditions are met, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi: Engine control unit

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    1314
    Raw code: 0522
    ECU: 46. Central comfort systems module (VW TP2.0)
    Status: Test conditions are met, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi: Engine control unit

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    1314
    Raw code: 0522
    ECU: 4F. Body control unit #2 (VW TP2.0)
    Status: Test conditions are met, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi: Engine control unit

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    1316
    Raw code: 0524
    ECU: 53. Parking brake
    Status: Pending fault present, Test conditions are met, Test is inhibited by other DTC, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi: Brake control unit

    ============13==============
    1314
    Raw code: 0522
    ECU: 53. Parking brake
    Status: Test conditions are met, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi: Engine control unit

    ============14==============
    1299
    Raw code: 0513
    ECU: 61. Battery Regulation using CAN (VW TP2.0)
    Status: Test conditions are met, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi: Data Bus Diagnostic Interface-J533; Diagnostic interface for data bus J533; Wrong immobilizer code

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    2256
    Raw code: 08D0
    ECU: 61. Battery Regulation using CAN (VW TP2.0)
    Status: Pending fault present, Test has not been completed, Validated and stored in non volatile memory
    Audi: Quiescent current


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  2. Re: Check engine light on and engine vibrating when ignition turned off 
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    Sounds like the inlet manifold flap motor is faulty, PM me the REG.
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  3. Re: Check engine light on and engine vibrating when ignition turned off 
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    Hi Crasher, I PM'd you my reg.
    Thanks

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    Date of production 19.10.2006

    Year 2007

    Sales type 4F20AC

    Engine Code BRE

    Transmission Code GYX

    Exterior colour paint code LZ5D

    That will be a failed V157 motor on the inlet manifold after the boost pipe and before the EGR valve, part number 03G 128 063 J and £673.89 from Audi…


    You can get the OE Continental/VDO/Pierburg unit for a lot less but be wary of cheap copies, it is an important part


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  5. Re: Check engine light on and engine vibrating when ignition turned off 
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    Hi @Crasher, thanks very much for the info. I found the Pierberg one in carparts4less for £182. Considering fitting it myself.

    I looked in the bonnet today and can see some oil residue under the egr valve. I feel there could be a leak, but I don't see any oil under the car.

    I recently had timing belt snapped while driving (only having done around 30k miles since last change) and the following work was done.

    Timing belt and water pump, tensioner bolt new Thread insert in the engine, rocker arm on one valve, injector, camshaft sensor and turbo pipe. EGR valve was also replaced about an year ago.

    Could the leak and inlet manifold be a related problem?

    On a separate note, I also have some electrical problems which needs sorting too. I spent about £2000 recently on repairs and getting worried if this pattern will keep going. The car has done 175k miles and the resale value seems to be around £500. Is this time to let it go ?

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    The oil under the EGR valve isn’t an oil leak as such, it is condensed oil vapour in the charge air system escaping via the spindle seals and when changing the V157 you nearly take the EGR valve off and it is not silly money aftermarket so chance to get the inlet tract nice and clean and reliable for the rest of its life until some idiot politician influenced by a minority of screaming heads bans the internal combustion engine completely.
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  7. Re: Check engine light on and engine vibrating when ignition turned off 
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    Thank you very much @Crasher. This is the first time I will be attempting mechanical work on my car. I have seen a YouTube video and understand that there are 3 bolts, an electrical connection and the turbo pipe to disconnect. The bolts will need to be tightened to 10nm torque. Any precautions I need to take for the job?

    Also do you think if trying to clean the old part is an option or is replacing the only option?

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    Don't drop the tool or the bolts, they will land on the engine under tray and to get that off the car has to be quite high up plus the moment you disconnect the hose or the EGR valve, plug the holes with big bright coloured clean cloth so you don't drop anything in there which would make a nasty mess of the engine... Of course make sure you remove the cloths just before reassembly and keep account of how many cloths so you don't think "did I remove that cloth?"
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    Thank you very much @Crasher.
     
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    I was able to find the part for £130 online. Will attempt installing when it arrives .
    Control Flap, air supply VDO A2C59511698 with seal — Buy now! (*******.co.uk)
     
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