hi got a problem with my 308cdi.fault codes
1)1188 high pressure element shut off
2)1470 boost pressure converter
3)2006 prefeed pressure sensor
ps could all this be linked to leaking inmjectors?got a lot of carbon build up around the injectors!also how do you get the injectors out when they are seized in?made a slide hammer to hook under the injectors and this got two out but other two wont budge!!many thanks chris
As you havent said what the vehicle is doing or not doing.
I presume the vehicle is in limp mode (wont rev over 3000 rpm!
I would suggest removing the pipes and connectors from the boost sensor and clean the connectors and blow the pipes out.
Try reconnecting the the pipes and clearing the fault codes to see if they come up again.
If they do then you will have to replace the sensor & converter. (this is a common fault)
Let me know if you need further Advice, I am not an expert but have 10 of my own and my own diagnostic equip.of which I use to keep them on hte road.
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Hi we have a 2000 sprinter 313 cdi, which reading posts has gone into limp mode no rev over 3000k,can we just buy boost sensor and fit as this seems most likely cause or do we need to have fault codes read and reset as the could be some other cause, it's just only place local charges £65 alone just to diagnose and can not fit in for a week.
Hi we have a 2000 sprinter 313 cdi, which reading posts has gone into limp mode no rev over 3000k,can we just buy boost sensor and fit as this seems most likely cause or do we need to have fault codes read and reset as the could be some other cause, it's just only place local charges Â£65 alone just to diagnose and can not fit in for a week.
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Do you mean MAF or boost pressure sensor, or something else?
Don't you have any independent workshop that would read the codes for less money?
Thanks for reply, that is only independant workshop, i dont expect it for free but that is just to read code, no part of charge towards labour to fix etc.It was just if we could find out for sure and fit whatever part we needed ourselves without the wait or silly reading charge.
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