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Hpo leak? can it cause dead throttle?

I have ses wrench light on and no throttle. Codes are P0237 and P2285.
I have changed map sensor, Icp sensor and pigtail, now looking for o-ring damage on hpoi rail. Would this cause a dead throttle situation.
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accelerator pedal, try beating /tapping on the sensor that is on the pedal
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I woulda looked up those codes.
P0237 Turbo/Super Charger Boost Sensor A Circuit Low
P2285 Injector Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Low
However, I don't think that would have caused no throttle response at all. Usually that is the throttle position sensor.



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The accelerator / tps was my first thought without pulling codes. Therefore the first part I changed. Key on not running these 2 codes will not clear so I don't believe it is mechanical
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