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Old 11-10-2009, 08:17 AM
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Default P0237 Turbo boost sensor A circuit low

need your help guys

car drives fine, check engine light went on and then off the next day, mech scanned and came up with that (guess its stored in memory)

Car had some surging idle, now its steady, but i think i feel some surging still...

what should i do ?
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Old 11-10-2009, 05:42 PM
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read somewhere that volvo refers to it as a MAP sensor, is this the same thing ?

who's got vadis ? i dont have it on this computer, i just moved and its on a disc somewhere in a box that i cannot find yet... plz let me know ...
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Old 11-10-2009, 09:44 PM
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this is ridiculous, i keep replying to my own thread
item #5 called Intake Manifold Pressure Sensor, is this what i need to buy ?
looks like its easy to replace, am i right ?
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for those who are searching this thread like years after i posted this - yes the boost sensor was the culprit, so if you are sitting at a red light and all the sudden your rpm dips down once or twice, or if you are getting a jerky pedal reaction upon acceleration accompanied with slight vibration along with the code P0237 then yes - this is the sensor to change for sure, car feels like new now, got all my power back, lots of torque, i go up hills at 1500 - 1700 rpm @ 80 Km/h. i think the sensor can be cleaned, cause after i took it out and saw the little hole that can easily plug up with dirt and oil its kinda obvious, i think this has been happening for a while and i have always felt some slight rpm dips and jerkiness that is now gone...
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mine is at the shop as we speak right now
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^for...?
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for this very code p00237. How much is the part usually?
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Sorry somehow I missed this post.
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Old 11-21-2009, 08:30 PM
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its ok you cant get to them all, it was frustrating , but i think its all good now
the part is about $135 canadian + tax at the dealer, i tried searching like 6 different websites and noone of them had it in stock,

i got a discount atthe dealer cause the guy was nice, i got it for 110 + tax, online i think its about 80-100 canadian

the sensor is in an easy location to change but it still gave me trouble at the plastic clips that hold it are so friggin tight it took me almost an hour to change, but at least i did no need a mechanics ;-)
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interesting enough I have to do this one bymyself, What exactly has to be removed in order to access the area I need to get too?

Will this roughly take an hour to do? Basic tools needed?

is that a fair price on the part for it, if so I will go ahead and buy it:

http://www.autopartsworld.com/volvo_...nsor/2001.html

Thanks

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