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Thread: 009571 - Turbocharger Boost Control Position Sensor Circuit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtruehell View Post
    Hi everyone. I got similar issues with the main what had PJD83. My Crafter was in VW service and they done a lot. At the end they said that they don't know what's wrong. My guess is that after changing everything they didn't pay too much attention to actuator. If one of You could send me this instruction from Crasher to do it by myself I would really appreciate. I have VCDS and Vaccum hand pump. So need just this tool that you've been talking about. If that will not help I'll make new post with all details of problem codes and freeze frame.

    I got 2012 Crafter 35 MWB 2.0 TDI CKTB.

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    I sent You private message with eMail address
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    First of all I checked my actuator by this instruction. it's 0.617V-3.498V so a little lower than on instruction. Could that make an overboost when reached 70mph? A little different engine too as mine is CKTB and instruction is for CBAB.

    Thanks for Crakka and PJD for sending instructions
    2012 Crafter BlueMotion 2.0 TDI-CR CKTB

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    Hiya new member to this site but having the same issue on a 2009 golf that's had a new actuator fitted to it could you email me the file over so I can set the actuator up please

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    Hi Guys, firstly, massive apologies for this being my first post asking a question, but this is a customer's car which I am having a bit of a mare with. Here's the story, came to me with Management light and Glow plug light flashing, faults were P0405 Exhaust feedback sensor signal (Permanent) and P2563 boost position control sensor implausable (Internittent), the car had been to an independent specialist that said it was the EGR valve that wanted replacing and it would be £XXX (Lots). The car is not only a customer, but distant family, so I got involved (big mistake), and after much deliberation, I replaced the EGR (terrible job) and re-taught it it had a new one. Now, the permanent P0405 fault has gone, but I cannot get rid of the P2563 fault. Initially, as you would, I assumed it was connected, but the more research I have done, it becomes apparent that it probably had two faults going on. I have checked the usual, vacuum leaks, I have applied vacuum to the actuator which seems to move freely with no noise, I have had the sensors out of the inlet pipe and manifold and given them a little clean with brake cleaner but still no joy. I don't want to have to start to remove the turbo until I am certain that that could be the fault. By the way, car is 2012 Polo 1.2 CWFA engine (three cylinder).

    Any help will be more that welcome.

    Cheers, Lee.

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