P2015 Code Repair Bracket for Common Rail TDI with Aluminum Manifold
P2015 error code fix kit for VW CR TDI
 
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Are you sick and tired of your check engine light?

Fix your Common Rail TDI Diesel P2015 fault code now and save over $800! For thousands of drivers of Volkswagen, Audi, Seat and Skoda cars the only alternative to our repair bracket is replacing the diesel intake manifold which costs $900 or more for parts and labor. Besides the cost, replacing the CR diesel intake manifold also requires removing fuel lines which is risky. You can install our bracket in 15 minutes and save yourself a ton of money and maybe even your delicate and even more expensive fuel system.

How it works: Our P2015 repair bracket
limits the range of motion of the V157 intake flap motor to the exact same range as when your car was new. This eliminates the possibility for the flap motor mechanism to open or close too far which is the cause of the P2015 error. Our bracket is also a great preventative fix. Installing a bracket now will prevent trouble later. With this bracket in place you won't experience the wear in the mechanism and the terror code that results. Our repair kit may also clear your P2004, P2006, and P2016 TDI error codes.

Take a look at the 90+ reviews at the bottom of the page to see our customer's impressions of this money saving part.

US Shipping: USPS 1st Class shipping to US addresses is under $3.00 which includes basic tracking. We ship from Texas.

International Shipping:
We can send these via US Postal Service internationally with tracking for only $4.99 USD to Canada, the EU, the UK, Australia and most other countries. We use discrete little padded envelopes to help reduce or eliminate taxes or duties for our international customers in most locations (See last picture at far right above). The envelopes are usually delivered quietly in your mail box. Delivery takes 1 to 4 weeks with 1st Class Mail but the price sure is nice, right? We also offer much faster 2-3 day DHL or FedEx shipping for $28.00-43.00. FedEx will charge you brokerage fees upon delivery.

Tools Required: You can do this. The first video below shows you how. You will only need a T30 Torx screwdriver or socket to install this part.

Installation: Please watch the first video below to be able to install the part correctly. The intake flap motor must be temporarily removed to install the part correctly. Please also see picture on right side above to confirm successful install. Sides of part must be flush with top plate. If the V157 flapper motor fails to move after the bracket is installed you can pull the motor arm forward into operating range with the engine running to "jump start" it. This should clear the code almost immediately or within 2-3 days of driving.

Here is the VW fault code this bracket prevents and fixes:
DTC 2968, 18447 or 008213 - Intake Manifold Flap Position Sensor (Bank 1) P2015 - 000 - Implausible Signal - MIL ON

Confirmed fitment for aluminum intake manifold 03L 129 711E on 2.0 liter four cylinder Common Rail TDI diesel engines (pictured on far right above). Not meant for V6 TDI or gasoline 2.0 turbo engines. The aluminum intake manifold was used on
all North American diesel Golf, Jetta and Beetle TDI from 2009-2014 and on most 2,0 Common Rail TDI vehicles outside of North America. We also offer the repair bracket below for the all black plastic diesel manifold found only outside of the North American market (03L 129 711AG):

http://www.dieselgeek.com/P2015_Repair_Bracket_p/egr-p2015-711ag.htm

What it fits:

In USA and Canada: All 2009-2014 Golf, Jetta, Jetta Sportwagen, Beetle and Audi A3 with Common Rail TDI diesel engine. (The American made 2012-2016 NMS Passat doesn't have a flapper mechanism.)

Outside of USA or Canada (2008-2014 2.0 liter, 4 cylinder Common Rail TDI:


Volkswagen Golf, Eos, Beetle, Jetta, Passat, CC, Scirocco, Amarok, Touran, Transporter and Tiguan

Audi A3, A4, A4 Allroad, A5, A6, Q3, Q5 and TT

Seat Alhambra, Altea, Exeo, Leon, Ibiza, and Toledo

Skoda Octavia, Superb and Yeti


What your flapper motor should do on shutdown.

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 132 Write a review »

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The best fix February 24, 2017
Reviewer: Manny from Houston TX  
My engine light was on for almost 6 months for the P2015 code.  I found out about this product and figured it was worth the try to install it instead of replacing the intake manifold.  I finally installed it and cleared the P2015 code.  I test drove my car and the check engine light stayed off.  The next morning I was going to work and the check engine light came back on.  This time it had P2004 and P2006. I again cleared the codes and drove it with no further issues.  

Installation was a bit tricky.  I tried to install the adapter with out removing the flap motor but I couldn't get the bracket to sit completely flush. I removed the flap motor and installed the bracket. It wasn't very difficult at all.

!!!  Great Product, I would defiantly recommend this to anyone with the P2015 issue  !!!!!

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A GREAT cheap fix! February 4, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Parkersburg, WV  
This fix was just as described. The product was a quality part. Would recommend it highly

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Quality Part, Great/Simple Design and Execution January 24, 2017
Reviewer: Mike from Milton, Delaware  
My daughters '09 Jetta Sportwagon had the P2015 code (intake manifold flap implausible signal). Bought the repair bracket and installed in @ 30 mins, most of the time was moving the air intake parts which I did not really need to do. Once again DIESELGEEK saves me hundreds of $$$. The first time was w/VanGogh block repair on my '06 Jetta TDI. Ordering a second intake manifold repair bracket for my wife's '11 Jetta Sportwagon today before it fails!

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The best and cheapest fix January 22, 2017
Reviewer: Filip Filipov from New Westminster , British Columbia  
This part is absolutely amazing , and it costs absolutely nothing compared to the fix vw offered. The install was easy , even tho we lost the stupid spring , and had to go and purchase a new one from the junkyard. Right after install the car started to work like brand new , the consumption was improved by 2 liters per 100 km. An the noise of the engine is totally different.

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Brought me comfort untill buyback January 14, 2017
Reviewer: George Malina from Sugar Grove, IL USA  
I really like my 2010 A3 TDI but am planning on doing the buyback in the spring when I am past my busy season and I have more time to figure out what my replacement will be.

I was quoted $1,137 to correct the P2015 CIL error by the dealer. The thought of dumping over a grand into a car that I will be selling back to VWAG in a few months didn't sit well with me.

This was a great solution - simple enough that even an accountant can do it, the tip on tightening the spring loop was genius and the videos were excellent.

My greatest challenge was reconnecting the ball linkage. I have small hands so don't know how you all with bigger hands do it!


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