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Fault code p0245 puegoet 406 turbo fault

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peugeot 2.2 hdi turbo sensor problem had new turbo fitted new selonoid on bulk head new selonoid of air filter box new electro valve (waste gate)new pressure sensor mounted on top of intercooler new intercooler no vacuum leaks,intermitent fault when on motorway looses power,oh and new maf sensor all fitted within last week
last diagnostic reading
code P0245 any ideas would be greatful

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    My Peugeot 307, 2005 model had both oxygen sensors replaced in early 2012. The car has still only done 69,000km and the current fuel consumption is 11.3L per 10Km which is
    terrible for a 2Litre, 4 cylinder car. The anti pollution fault is showing. Given that an oxygen sensor should last at least 50,000kms this should not be the problem. I have done research and read that a faulty EGR valve can cause high fuel consumption. Can you please help?

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My book shows that P0245 is the super/turbo charger solenoid "A" voltage is low.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

Testimonial: "cheers for that x18wheeler60 thought it was low pressure not voltage,dont suppose you no which selonoid might be causing this nightmare."

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