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Hello,
I had been to my peugeot specialist near where I live today to get it on the diagnostics to see why I had an anti-pollution fault and it came back that I had low turbo pressure down to the solenoid being faulty, I have ordered a new one but in the mean time tried to see if I could do a cheap fix and went to the scrap yard and picked one up of another 307, I have replaced it and not had much luck, I decided I would try and strip and clean out one of the solenoids to see if it would do the trick but I didn't know if this would help? Has anybody tried to do this and it worked?
I have attached some photos of what mine looks like,
Thanks tom.
 

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This could be anything from a dodgy egr valve to an airflow meter or the turbo itself. Firstly id be checking the vacuum circuit before culling the turbo control solenoid. There are alot of checks that can be done.
 
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