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Intake Manifold Flap issue

I recently had the dreaded engine light pop up and flag the below errors, has anyone come accross this before?:-

Car is MY2009 B8 S4

2 Faults Found:

6427 - Intake Manifold Flap; Bank 1
         P2006 00 [237] - Stuck Closed
         MIL ON - Confirmed - Tested Since Memory Clear
            Freeze Frame:
                   Fault Status: 00000001
                   Fault Priority: 2
                   Fault Frequency: 1
                   Mileage: 132882 km
                   Date: 2016.03.08
                   Time: 16:36:32

6428 - Intake Manifold Flap; Bank 2
         P2007 00 [237] - Stuck Closed
         MIL ON - Confirmed - Tested Since Memory Clear
            Freeze Frame:
                   Fault Status: 00000001
                   Fault Priority: 2
                   Fault Frequency: 1
                   Mileage: 132882 km
                   Date: 2016.03.08
                   Time: 16:36:32
solaris

I've done a little more reading around the issue, from the document below I'm led to believe this could be an issue with either the vacuum pipes or the intake manifold runner control valve on the basis that both banks are effected.


xpower

I'm sure I read that somebody had a similar issue on here this week.Turned out to be a vacuum pipe had come lose
xpower

http://audisrs.com/about63840.html
solaris

ah yes the thread is:-

http://audisrs.com/about63840.html

All i need to figure out now is which vacuum hose  
solaris

Thought i'd update since the issue is now resolved.

It turned out the be the issue I suspected in my second post. The vacumme cell unit that resides on the intake manifold bank was faulty. Unfortunately its desgined in such a way that the whole bank must be replaced to fix the issue (nice one audi).



This is the part
and the part number is 06E133110AR
xpower

Thanks for letting us know
sova68

Excellent post. Thank you very much!!
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