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Hiyas,

Still having turbo issues!

Plugged my new acquired PP200 and have the following messages :-

Engine ECU
Permanent Fault. Turbo pressure regulation Turbo Pressure measured to low

Engine ECU
Permanent Fault. Pre/Post heating relay circuit, Relay controlled and spark plugs not supplied

Engine ECU
Intermittent Fault. Particle Emissions Filter upstream temperature signal, temperature too high


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P1351. Heater plugs needed. Fit them first. They're needed to regen the particle filter. Other turbo pressure fault could be anything from turbo itself to a vacuum leak.

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Thats only personalised parameter measurements. It doesn't tell anything specific.
You need heater plugs! Start with them. :banghead:

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hehe I have already ordered some from your last bit of advice and will be fitted tomorrow!

But my main concern is the Turbo and the lack of it coupled with the high pitch whistling
 

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Turbo whistle is common on these.

I would:

Disconnect the MAF sensor wiring plug. Its marked red on the diagram below:



Then take it for a drive and see if the turbo is kicking in.

Secondly, remove the big air pipe going to the turbo. You should see an orange rubber sleeve inside the pipe where it mates to the turbo. Look for splits or damage in this (it just pulls out). A replacement is about a tenner.
 

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Cheers Gibbo.

Been taking a bit more of a look and had someone else on the throttle this afternoon, and form the picture below the two Air pipes they are collapsing and cutting off approx a 3rd of the air flow, I assume this is not normal?

Any ideas what the pipes names are so I can get some replacement ones?

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They look normal there. If they are being sucked in then its not a good sign. Thats what happens when the turbo fails.

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Just removed them and checked inside and they are perishing from the inside outwards! no holes but the rubber is quite loose and far to flexible.

Removed the turbos inlet and checked the spindle and there is no play in the shaft, checked the oil feed pipe for oil flow and there is plenty, so hoping that its not the Turbo!
 
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Those pipes are normal. If theres no holes they're fine.

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Mine was doing that before I replaced the air doser, not done it since.
Does it always indicate turbo failure?
Usually when they get sucked inwards. The shaft is always hanging out of the turbo on all the ones ive seen.
 

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OK I have replaced the glow plugs and I still get the fault code P1351

And also I still have the Turbo related one P0299

David, I have taken the inlet of the turbo off and I have no play in the shaft, and it is still lacking power.

from looking at the fault code on my PP2000 it says the following :-

Fault Code................................ P0299
Engine Speed............................ 2505 RPM
Turbo Pressure.......................... 1470 mbars
Turbo pressure reference value.... 2058 mbars
Turbo Electro-valve OCR............. 47%
Measured Injected Flow.............. 33mg/impulse
Mileage.................................... 8796 km


Any ideas please?
 
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