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hi I keep getting an obdc fault 2565 turbo boost central position

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hi I keep getting an obdc fault 2565 turbo boost central position to high I have just been to abm car spare and they have said its the map sensor it that correct and where is it on the car
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Greg replied 3 years ago.
Hi .

DTC P2565: Turbocharger Boost Control Position Sensor Circuit High Voltage.

This fault means that the waste gate actuator has a problem - either stuck or failed.
This is not a MAP sensor issue, but the wastegate actuatorproblem .
Dealer diagnostic tool is needed to check the position reading and be compared
with other reading on the live data to be sure if the actuator is bad .

Need further assistance with this issue then please get back to me .

Kindest regards Greg
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

hi thanks glad to finally meet some one who know what im talking about is there a part I can just change or is it a computer programme fault

Expert:  Greg replied 3 years ago.

Hi Jim .

This is called a TC boost control position sensor .

Possible sensor failure ,wiring damaged , connection problem .

 

Greg

 

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

hi greg


have had this thing on a diagnostic machine wiring checked all ok


one of the sensors is at 0% the other is at 60% is there a diagram that shows the turbo and sensors and is it possible to get just the sensor

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