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Resistor in map sensor now throwing p0237

While changing glow plugs today I unplugged the map sensor and found a resistor between 2 of the poles. When I reconnected the plug the trucl through a check engine light and my insight cts shows a p0237 code. The truck also has laggy throttle response and never shows more than about 7lbs of boost. I have tried removing the resistor and it didnt help. What did I do?

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the turbo code can be caused by the map apparently

I think you didn't get something back together properly ?
as far as the resistor here is an old thread about what it does

DIY Resistor Mod

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This resistor was in the map sensor plug. Not the icp sensor. Is it supposed to work like a boost fooler? Everything is plugged in

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sorry wrong thread // yes it should just be a boost fooler and since you removed it and tried that ,, IDK whats up with your turbo code?

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