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    Fault codes

    Any one here know much about fault codes for a 2008 ranger
    P2227 barometric pressure circuit high
    P0106 manifold absolute pressue/barometric pressure circuit range/ performance.

    Faults only comes up if ute is stalled

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    Take manifold pressure sensor out and clean passage possibly air flow meter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddy79 View Post
    Any one here know much about fault codes for a 2008 ranger
    P2227 barometric pressure circuit high
    P0106 manifold absolute pressue/barometric pressure circuit range/ performance.

    Faults only comes up if ute is stalled
    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...iseboq&ampcf=1

    https://www.yourmechanic.com/article...by-john-nelson

    Each link for a fault code. ?? Clean mass air flow sensor. Lots of possibilities. Someone with mechanical experience may help. I struggle with volvo trouble codes myself.

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    Dont use compressed air to clean airflow meter

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    Volvo is the fault code
    Shootm, veitnamcam, JoshC and 3 others like this.

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    also check vaccum tube leading to turbocharger.
    we had a similar problem on our triton and it turned out to be a clogged/dirty intercooler. after removing it i washed it out with turps, then 2 cans of that really cheap supercheap degreaser. let it dry out then refitted and left it disconnected from the inlet manifold for a minute to blow out any residual chemicals. refitted and no more issues

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    Well removed maf sensor, looked like it had been dipped in a bottle of tar, given it a good clean with maf sensor cleaner so see how it goes

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    Clean rhe port out as well

 

 

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