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My 2004 touareg 3.2l v6 is missing at idle but seems to run fine at road speed!!!
I have changed spark plugs and ignition coil, but in idle the RPM go up and down especially when i turn on the AC (Climate)!!!!
If anyone can help me, i will wait for it.

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My 2004 touareg 3.2l v6 is missing at idle but seems to run fine at road speed!!! I have changed spark plugs and ignition coil, but in idle the RPM go up and down especially when i turn on the AC (Climate)!!!! If anyone can help me, i will wait for it.
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You should check the intake vacuum hoses and the pcv.
And you need a vcds cable to scan for codes.
Check this pic for the relevant hoses.
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Pcv is number 29.
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And you shouldn't be driving it until you fix it as it might be more serious stuff like a timing chain issue and all that scary stuff. Get a scanner and get the fault codes or take it to a vw shop to get the codes.
If it's rough only when you turn ac on then that's another story and you might look into the AC setup to see if everything is working as it should.
And do give us more details about the latest mods/repairs/service you've done.
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Hello my friend, thanks for reply and thank you a lot for helping me!

Yes i change pvc now i think it is working perfectly, but now engline light comes on and sometimes in idle it stops, here you have the codes that VCDS shows to me,


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And you shouldn't be driving it until you fix it as it might be more serious stuff like a timing chain issue and all that scary stuff. Get a scanner and get the fault codes or take it to a vw shop to get the codes.
If it's rough only when you turn ac on then that's another story and you might look into the AC setup to see if everything is working as it should.
And do give us more details about the latest mods/repairs/service you've done.
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