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Old 07-15-2008, 07:58 PM
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P0237 and Blue Smoke

I have a 2000 Ford F350 with a 7.3. I replaced the camshaft sensor, because it was cracked. But the truck would still stall out when the engine reaches normal temperature and blue smoke is always coming out. I've replaced the CAMSHAFT, MAP and COOLANT sensors, but still have the same problem and code. Any suggestions?
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This is what I came up with

p0237-Turbo Boost Sens A Circ Low Input
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I got this for you off of another site

"Cause would be either a shorted or broken wire, corroded connection, or a bad MAP sensor. The MAP sensor is located on a bracket on the heater housing under the hood and has a hose running to the intake spider. You want to check the wires connected to the sensor or the sensor itself."

-From Klhansen-the diesel stop
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