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==== Special Notes ====
 
==== Special Notes ====
  
* * When found in 2006 to 2009 Volkswagen Passat, Passat CC and Touareg with 3.6L gasoline engines:
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* NAR (North American Region) VW Tech Tips 01-16-05 and 01-20-05 for vehicles with the 3.6L engine has information testing for possible timing chain issues.
** Check MVB group [208] and [209] with engine idling, if [8 degrees(+/-)] or more the engine is considered out of time.
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** https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/tsbs/2016/MC-10096053-0699.pdf  NHTSA
** NAR (North American Region) users can see VW Tech Tip [01-16-05] for exact repair details.
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** https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/tsbs/2020/MC-10180093-0001.pdf  NHTSA
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*** Check camshafts phase adjustments, if [8 degrees(+/-)] or more the engine is considered out of time.
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**** MVB group [208] and [209] with engine idling for non UDS ECMs
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**** IDE00182 and IDE00184 with engine idling for UDS ECMs
 
** RoW (Rest of World) users may find TPI 2040216/1 helpful.
 
** RoW (Rest of World) users may find TPI 2040216/1 helpful.
  

Latest revision as of 15:51, 9 March 2021

P0088 - Fuel Rail/System Pressure: Too High

Possible Symptoms

  • Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) ON
  • High pitched whining noise from engine when idling.


Possible Causes

  • Fault with the G247-Rail Fuel Pressure Sensor, wiring, connections, etc.
  • Fault with the N276-Fuel Pressure Regulator Valve, power, ground, connections, etc.
  • Fault with the N290- Fuel Metering Valve (If applicable)
  • Engine timing chain worn/stretched. (Only some 2006 to 2009 3.6L gasoline engines- See Special Notes)


Possible Solutions

  • Check the Advanced Measuring Values for Rail pressures
  • Check power supply at the N276-Fuel Pressure Regulator Valve/N290- Fuel Metering Valve
  • Check the G247-Rail Fuel Pressure Sensor


Special Notes