I did all these little mods 1 at a time. October 4, 2013 Followup from the Pelican Staff: If it is black plastic and stock, it is likely not the 225hp model. How often should I clean this part, and is there any special method? Interesting, I might just have to give that a go you know Going to get the car booked in for a system pressure test to check for any leaks as you've suggested Chris. Also note the oil residue that has built up in the old valve. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need. However a ebay special sounds a good idea as a temporary solution.
Guess it'll save crap from going up there if you ever decide to reconnect the N249. Address 01: Engine Controller: 8N0 906 018 H Component: 1. Self amalgamating rubber tape would be better but better still replace it. Have read alot of topics from various sites on this, but have settled on this guide to follow. . It's not unusual for people who have modified their cars to set up their valve to vent the air to atmosphere to make this distinctive sound louder, but this is a bad idea for two reasons.
Can't imagine there will be though. Morning Chris, The N249 valve was replaced in November, and after asking around it seems that the code can brought up by a few other things. Information and technical articles within this website are for reference only. Anyways I've got 8 codes altogether no:eeeek but I'm concentrating on 2 in particular for the time being as they both mention the N249 valve. Thought I'd do the delete before I started to replace parts as it will remove some of the pipes already. This photo shows the full length of the hose leading to the intake tract, just as the intake attaches to the compressor intake of the turbocharger the snail-shaped component in the upper right in this photo. Pelican Parts is not associated with Porsche Cars North America in any manner, except for a mutual appreciation and love of the cars.
Mine cost £25 from ebay. This way I can be sure what you are referring to. So while waiting for my new sports cat and centre pipe to arrive, I've decided to also do the N249 delete as I'm pretty sure alot of the vaccum and boost pipes are shot just under 100k miles, but feels like its losing boost somewhere. The N75 valve has part number 058 906 283 F and regulates the boost pressure by changing the opening time of the turbocharger's waste gate to atmospheric pressure according to signals it receives from the Motronic control unit. If you have already followed this process please continue to login as normal.
Want to get it back to an airtight engine prior to remapping in the summer! So while waiting for my new sports cat and centre pipe to arrive, I've decided to also do the N249 delete as I'm pretty sure alot of the vaccum and boost pipes are shot just under 100k miles, but feels like its losing boost somewhere. I have a £10 ebay jobby and at the moment its just stored away in the glovebox. February 15, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: What are you trying to fix? February 13, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Can you spell out the initialisms? Hose 2 I think was the middle of three hoses connected to the back of the manifold. Smoother throttle response when lifting on and off throttle is the gain, especially noticeable when feathering the throttle round corners. A little bit may be normal, but anything excessive then it needs changing really.
Is my daily drive so don't want to mess anything up! It also ties in with what Jester is saying about a possible split hose. In all cases, this part performs the same general functions. Checked all Connectors and pipes around N249 2. If so what did it take to get things sorted? The darker hose behind it carries the air out of the compressor side of the turbo. You have come to the right place! The vacuum signal that actuated the valve is delivered by the thin hose with the braided fabric exterior purple arrow.
This oil comes via the engine's crankcase ventilation system. You can replace it without moving the radiator support panel into the service position, although this will certainly make access easier; The photographs below show the panel in the service position. June 9, 2017 Followup from the Pelican Staff: The vacuum hose nipple is the top, the pipe under it goes into the pressurized duct. The boost builds up in the intake tract between the turbo and the throttle plate; without an outlet, the pressure can bounce back into the turbo's compressor wheel and stall it, and potentially damage the turbo. The picture shows 4 pads.
Have read alot of topics from various sites on this, but have settled on this guide to follow. Was very useful and pretty much exactly what you need to do! However, with the throttle plate closed, the pressurized air has nowhere to go. N249 Valve replacement plenty to keep me busy. December 9, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Yes, there is. Ive been bitting and bobbing over the past year to get the engine running right.
Because the workshop manual doesn't reference part numbers and refers to certain components with code numbers such as N75 and N249, it can be confusing when trying to identify the correct part. You need boost to push the dv down to keep boost but then it needs vacuum to open the dv. Its common for this to break and leak boost. Is it a difficult job to change or relatively simple? Remember to pressure test when you're finished! I did have the car in the garage a few months back and they stated there was a leak somewhere around the turbo, so it could quite possibly be this charge pipe? April 22, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Not that I am aware of. If you have have any questions or concerns, please contact our Customer Service.