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Old 12-03-2008, 02:42 PM
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Just for the hell of it, I scanned my 95 psd using my edge evo. diagnostic scanner. Came up with p0236 (turbo boost sensor A circuit performance). this code has never come up before. truck runs/drives great. I cleared the codes and restarted the truck and the code did not come back. Any ideas on what this could be about? thanks in advance
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bump this for the night techs (dirk/jon?)
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last . anyone have an idea?
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At one more time, we pretty much figured you were done. If it's running fine, clear the code and see if it comes back.
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This happens all the time usualy depending on conditions sometimes a quick glitch will happen which can through a code depending on were the glitch too place. so if it come back then look into it if not leave it alone
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This happens all the time usualy depending on conditions sometimes a quick glitch will happen which can through a code depending on were the glitch too place. so if it come back then look into it if not leave it alone
ok thanks for the info.
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isn't that like saying wait till something really goes wrong, instead of fixing it before it does?
seems to me he's trying to prevent a problem.
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isn't that like saying wait till something really goes wrong, instead of fixing it before it does?
seems to me he's trying to prevent a problem.
thank you very much
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P0236 Turbocharger Boost Sensor A Circuit Range/Performance

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