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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes egr valve is a common thing on this saturn. very pricy and yes you need the rear o2 sensor good luck i have a used egr if interested off a sl2
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
hey if you truely think it is your egr valve unhook it and if that is the problem then when it is unhooked it should run better and the codes should not come up. hey if you cahnged the 1 o2 sensor and not the other you probably made the code for the one u repalced come up again. i would recommened that you change both of the o2 sensors at the same time. try checking if your catalatic convert is plugged. how you do this is take a dollar bill and hold it at the end of your tail pipe while it is idleing and if the dollar bill stays still you have a plugged catalatic converter.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
There may be a possiblity of doing damage to the turbo if you continue to drive it this way. I would recommend either taking it to the dealer or a reputable repair shop in your area to have this repaired as soon as possible, as to not risk damaging the turbo. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
SOURCE: Turbo Boost sensor A
my ford f- 350 is doing the same thing, OBDII is telling me its the Turbo Super Boost Sensor A . What the heck is that! I called Ford, they never heard of it!!!!
Anyone can help? Its a 7.3 Liter Diesel 1999 Model Ford F350 Super Duty.
Posted on Dec 25, 2009
there is no adjustment on these tps's it's a drive by wire system. If you don't know the vehicle, dont post!
there's 2 sensors contained in the pedal sensor, and one on the throttle plate shaft, more often than not, it's the pedal sensor, and if you replaced that, it's the other one or a loose connection. did you reset the computer after replacing the pedal?
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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