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Old 04-02-2009, 02:53 AM
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P132B code being thrown

Hi,

I posted this thread in the general forum. Anyone got an idea on why I'd be getting only P132B and P132B*?

I have a boost guage and the boost and other guages all appear to be normal while this code and the check engine icon are being shown....
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I went through the service manuals for the 6.0l and could not find a 132B. It goes P119 then P196 for most model years. The closest one is P2132 which would be APPSThrottle position sensor/switch F circuit low input.

There are other trouble codes for b0132 such as low battery and other body related items such as seat belt sensors but I don't believe these are nowill set on the f-series. Also, generic p0132 is an O2 sensor which would not apply.

What other symptoms are you getting?
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Old 04-06-2009, 02:49 AM
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no other symptoms.

P132B apparently 'got created' when Ford changed the way it computes control. There was an emissions reflash titled 06E17. I just found [url=http://www.ford-trucks.com/tsb/fulltext/show_article.php?tsb=06-24-6]this reference to it.... Looks like the problem might be due to the EGR?

Code went away yesterday after I played with it. I removed the pipe and silicon hose couplings from the turbo inlet to the intercooler and somehow got the fault code to go away......
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