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  1. #1
    Senior Member Three Rings Avus RS4's Avatar
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    Apr 09 2015
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    Niwot, Colorado

    Flap Intake Sensor and Solenoid Part Numbers please!

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    As the title says.
    I'm looking for the part number for the Intake Flap Sensor and the Solenoid.
    If somebody has one for sale, I'd like to hear too.
    TIA
    ~Goose
    2007 Avus Silver Rs4
    Bone Stock

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    Veteran Member Four Rings Fourplay's Avatar
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    May 01 2010
    AZ Member #
    58431
    Location
    Atlanta
    Items for Sale

    Solenoid is available on ebay for very cheap. They go bad quickly because they are on the front of the engine and have hot radiator air being blown over them 24/7 by the fan.

    Part number is 037906283C, they are usually called Canister Purge Valve but it's the same part. You can find them on basically every VAG product from 2000 onwards - I found one at a pull-a-part place from an old Passat for $0.99.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/OE-Canister-...-/251885215699

    If you're getting limp mode / inability to rev high (P2015 or P2020 or both), this is the most likely culprit. Luckily, it's also the cheapest and easiest to fix. You can replace it without removing anything in the engine bay except the rubber weatherproof stripping, just takes 5-10 mins of fiddling with the hoses.
    Garage:
    3.0L TDI Fleet

    Past:
    2008 B7 RS4 Mugello w/Ti Package
    2004 B6 S4 Avant 6MT Dolphin Grey
    01.5 B5 S4 Avant 6MT Laser Red Stage 3+
    00 B5 S4 Sedan 6MT Silver Stage 1

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    Veteran Member Three Rings
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    Jun 25 2009
    AZ Member #
    44222
    My Garage
    07 RS4, 91 BMW 318is
    Location
    NC

    I think I still have the solenoid/flap arm assembly somewhere in the garage: https://imgur.com/a/g5d2J

    Willing to sell - PM me if interested

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