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RM European and Pierburg parts should be good. Look at the diagram and swap two solenoids - on with an error, on without. Erase codes, and then see what returns. If the error stays with he solenoid, then you have the answer. If not, then another thing to try is a couple of oil changes (you can use a cheap oil) combined with a few hours of HARD driving and revving. The adjusters are operated hydraulically with engine oil and I have seen dirty oil cause this.

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