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P1260 code Car idles fine but is difficult to start. I have just replaced the turbo and now I have this code problem.

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That dtc is about trottle body,or the return spring is not good or the trottle body himself !

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Hi my Saab 2001 93 2.0 turbo convertible has lost power get into limp home mode I reset it every few weeks codes come up p1105 p1260 p1251 p 1264 what do u think is wrong ?

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i found this on another forum. Hope it helps.
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This is the code info: 17990 P1582 Idle Adaptation at Limit

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P1260 it is in the throttle body.Make sure that it is clean and functioning, then make sure the wiring is good at the connector with no breaks or corrosion.The codes have to be erased by disconnectiing the battery for awhile or with scanner BEFORE plugging the throttle body wiring back in or it will go back into limpmode.Let me know if it helps

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