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Diagnostic fault p2263

Hi my name is dave i have a jaguar 2.0d sport x type my pre ignition light started to flash and the engine went into limp mode i called out the rac who plugged in a diagnostic computor and found fault p2263 turbo boost control valve what is likely to be the fault,how much to fix, and what do you recommend i do

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It sounds like the intake on your turbo is not opening up like it should. I recommend you to get it look at more closely or get it replaced.

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