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What causes a P1300 boost calibration fault code in a 1999 jetta 2.0 ? And how do I fix this problem?

I scanned my jetta and it said P1300 boost calibration fault. What causes this and how do I go about fixing it? Any help is appreciated.

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Where does the boost pressure sensor located on a vehicle?

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SOURCE: 1999 passat tdi power fault

Air mass sensor, almost never shows codes but always makes the vehicle loose power !! cheaper from vw than pattern and more reliable

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SOURCE: 2001vw jetta stalls ,scan code op322 crankshaft

replace the sencer

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SOURCE: how do i fix a po440 code on a 1999 vw jetta 2.0

Check intake manifold and intake pipes for leaks. Check operation of Canister purge valve. [can cause pressure build up in fuel tank causing vehicle to cut out after driving a while.

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SOURCE: trouble code PO440

First check for leak on a evaporator system hoses.If there is no any leaks-change evaporative canister purge valve

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SOURCE: I have a 2001 Jetta with the 1.8T. It is cutting

replace the boost pressure sensor for the trubo.....hope it helps....

Posted on Nov 23, 2010

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