I have read several threads here about this issue with various fixes, so I'm just going to throw my issue on the wall for all to see:
2012 Jetta 2.5 with 80K miles, CEL P0106.
I checked the MAP sensor, it and the intake were soaked in oil. Since the common cause of this is the PCV valve, I cleaned the map sensor, throttle body and intake with throttle body cleaner and did the cheap Dorman pcv diaphragm fix...which didn't work.
Still had the P0106, still found an oil-coated map sensor. Put in a new Bosch map sensor, replaced the valve cover with a genuine VW cover. Cleared the code, drove about 100 miles, CEL came back...P0106.
Put about another 100 miles on the car today, honestly it runs great. I have to fix this as it is due for state inspection this month. Reached-out to a couple for members in the area with VAG COM to see if I can get any more error info, or maybe see if I can due the map sensor software update I've heard so much about. The only possible cause I can think of right now is maybe the intake hose and its connectors aren't on tight?
What do you guys think? I've seen replacing the throttle body, map sensor wiring harness, the whole evap system, fuel filter and just living with the code if the car is ok. Again, I have to put this through state inspection soon, so any help would be appreciated.
Thanks for listening.