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Old 13-01-12, 05:15 PM   #1
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Default Fault codes on a 307 HDi

Hi All,

Can anyone help me with the following fault codes on my 307 1.6 hdi

P0238
P0490
P1162
P0113
P0104
P1457

Also any advice on how to remove / fix the issues.

Many thanks

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While waiting for a reply AZ try googling them for the faults they represent. We are just going for evening meal but will look in again later. Brad
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Hi All,

Can anyone help me with the following fault codes on my 307 1.6 hdi

P0238
P0490
P1162
P0113
P0104
P1457

Also any advice on how to remove / fix the issues.

Many thanks

Az
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While waiting for a reply AZ try googling them for the faults they represent. We are just going for evening meal but will look in again later. Brad
Hi Brad,

Now why didn't I think of that lol . Ok i've done it and the following codes and problems are:

P0238 - Boost control sensor
P0490 - Exhaust Gas Recirculation Control Circuit High - EGR valve?
P1162 - Intake Air Temperature Sensor Short To Ground
P0113 - Intake Air Temperature Sensor High Voltage
P0104 - Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit Intermittent
P1457 - Unable to pull vacuum in tank

The 1st two I can understand, they prob need cleaning out or replacing. The rest is speaking a different language!!

Any help would be good.

Many thanks

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OK AZ P0238 Turbo boost sensor A circuit high
P0490 egr valve gas recirculation control circuit high
P1162 egr coherence
P0113 intake air temp. circuit high input
P0104 insufficient egr flow
P1457 unable to pull vacuum from tank/particle filter holed or absent
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AZ we have some differences for code faults Im thinking yours are right as i rushed through. We need the help of some 307 specialists to interpret these results before you start spending.
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PSA EOBD 'P' Codes
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Thats very illuminating, ive bookmarked that one Martin, goes beyond my own list. I trust the our business concluded OK?
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AZ only my thoughts but I think I would be looking at the egr valve first, then clear faults and see what returned. They can be found for 90 or do what leeroyal did and try a cheapy from a scrappy. No telling how long it will work though that way. Maf/vaf sensor next. only my thoughts, you must go with your own research.
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Thanks for checking that out for me both, I just wanted to double check that I have the right code problems before I start to replace parts.

I have a sneaky feeling that the EGR valve is blocked so will clean that out tomorrow. Worst case scenario I'll buy a new one at a later date.

The MAF sensor....is that the one which bolts on between the air box and turbo pipe?

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Thats it, it can be cleaned by spraying through it with electrical contact spray, might fix it. Just a thought, is your air filter in good condition?

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