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Hi,

I don't know much about cars and wanted some advice on what is wrong with it
I've got a PEUGEOT 307 SW SE HDI ESTATE 1997cc (2002) DIESEL and it's got no power and the engine management light is on with the error anti-pollution fault.
The ECU is showing the following errors:

Engine ECU
permanent fault. turbo pressure. turbo pressure measured too low
intermittent fault. catalytic converter upstream temperature signal. short-circuit to positive or circuit open

ABS or ESP ECU
intermittent fault. commmunication with the engine management ecu fault. incorrect value received

instrument panel:
remote intermittent fault engine speed information. incorrect value received
remote intermittent fault. cooland temporarture information. incorrect value received

air conditioning ecu
remote intermittent fault. vehicle speed information. incorrect value received

Can anyone help with what might be causing these errors??

Cheers
Sam
 

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Have a look at the rubber turbo pipe under the engine as this might be split. Also check the coolant sensor on the thermostat housing to see if the sensor has leaked water into the wiring harness
 
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