P2015 Help

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P2015 Help

Postby Sparefix » Tue Aug 18, 2020 10:23 am

Hi guys, I’ve had a bit of an ordeal with my Rocco recently. Had the infamous p2015 fault crop up so decided to change out the manifold myself as all the garages nearby gave ridiculous quotes. I bought a new manifold which didn’t come with the sensor on the side so I foolishly used the old one. Car seemed great for about a week when the p2015 came back. I ordered a new sensor and accepted I would have to remove the manifold again. The next day on the way home from work I broke down as the engine started misfiring violently. I changed out the coil packs and spark plugs but one of the fuel injectors was constantly spitting out fuel. Manifold needed to come of anyway to change the sensor so I thought I would get a new injector as well and change it at the same time. Sadly this time when removing the manifold the injectors did not stay in the block but instead came out with the fuel rail so I thought I better change the seals. Fast forward to now and the engine is running smoothly again however the p2015 code has returned. Anything else I can check before taking the car to a specialist??
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Re: P2015 Help

Postby jonpowis » Mon Oct 19, 2020 3:55 pm

Was it a genuine VW manifold or one of the Ebay ones
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Re: P2015 Help

Postby Paradox1 » Thu Oct 29, 2020 3:26 pm

Dont get a Ebay manifold. I ordered one and it ran worse than my broken genuine manifold. Just pay the cost for a OEM one and be done with it mate
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