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john.smith

Focus Engine Management Light On

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Hi,

I have a ford focus 2006 2.0TDCI titanium, recently noticed the engine managment light came on and the display bar readers "Engine system error". Also noticed a drop in engine power and reduced fuel efficiency.

Engine codes for the managment light are:

P2263 Turbo system performance

P2584 Fuel additive control Mil Request

Anyone explain what the problem might be? took it to the dealer who examined the car, did the engine managment code reading, charged me 70£ and wants more to diagnose the problem completely, after we agreed 70 was for a full diagnostic.

thanks

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Engine codes for the managment light are:

P2263 Turbo system performance

P2584 Fuel additive control Mil Request

I'm sure someone else will be along who knows for sure but my first guess would be the DPF fluid. What mileage/service history has the car got?

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I'm sure someone else will be along who knows for sure but my first guess would be the DPF fluid. What mileage/service history has the car got?

Has done 100k in mileage.

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that might explain the fuel additive fault but what about turbo boost performance fault?

thanks.

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Bump...mine (04 Tdci 1.8) has just come back with the same fault code....P2263.

Seems I got better service...they give me a print out with suggestions of possible causes

Damaged or disconnected vacuum hose

Check for air leaks at the turbocharger

Vanes on the turbo are sticking

Turbo defective

The EWL has been turned off, they said to go and give it a long run...if the light comes back on it'll need a new turbo which doesn't warrant the cost of the vehicle. If anybody can shed light on any of the above I (we'd) be grateful.

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