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    Hello,

    6 months ago i discover that the connection between the swirl valve (the complete inlet was replaced with a new one) and the actuator was broken (z19dth).
    Sometimes i see a fault code P1109 so i used a tyrap to hold the swirl valve open. So i don't get any fault anymore.

    But today i asked my garage to repair this connection between the swirl valve and the actuator (on the bottom side of the inlet).
    He did that but right now i get every time a fault message on my swirlvalve's.
    I only get a fault message when my car is idle (stationairy).

    The swirlvalves are moving perfectly.

    So what can be the problem? Is it the actuator? Or did i have to adjust a setting on my boardcomputer?

    (sorry for my bad english)

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    Engine : 2.0 TDI 184PS

    Year : 2014

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    Possibly the actuator is on the road out or he hasn't fixed the borken connection/link properly. The drive module/actuator sits under and operates swirl flap 3 directly. It is through the rod that it controls swirl flaps 1, 2 and 4.

    Gazza4

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    You dont need to do any setting as it learns everytime you start the car its end points I think

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    I kept all my old parts from my change over, inlet manifold, gasket.......and......

    ACTUATOR! It is all in safe removed condition and appears the motor runs the full range still! Was going to consider selling the actuator off second hand for a small fee if anyone ever wanted it as a spare? But you have said you feel it is working the full range?

    See what kind of ideas/responses you get on here about the fault first, but mine is avail. Im not saying its the actuator myself, I dont know the answer for you.

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    Sorry lads I know this sounds stupid
    And I feel pretty stupid asking
    But for the love of god can someone plzzzzz
    Tell me where to look for the swirl rod lol
    I have z19dth 150 engine and I just can't see it
    There a mechanic at the garage where I work has
    Been in the trade 37 years and he couldn't find it either lol

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    When you take the engine vanity cover off, look down behind the fuel rail (big silver bar) and you will see the rod. If the bar is off or the manifold is covered in oil that might be why you can't see it.

    Gazza4

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