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How do I replace P0235 Turbocharger Boost Sensoron a 2005 stratus

How do I replace •P0235 Turbocharger Boost Sensor 1 Circuit on a 2005 stratus

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SOURCE: 2004 Ram 2500 5.9L H.O.

  • This code comes on when the Boost Pressure Sensor indicated less turbo than the ECM set point.

  • Make sure you have check for any blow off hoses etc. Check inter cooler lines etc. I assume you have but you never know.
  • You may want to pull the inter cooler lines and look at the aluminum retainers. The have been known to collapse. This messes the whole seal up and prevents air flow. This is a very common issue. Cummings is the best Diesel out there but this one little snafu has made many a people scratch their head.

  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa


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- Exhaust valve control solenoid circuit poor electrical connection
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