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pte-ernie

P2566 Error Code

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Hi there Rob. Do you have the Reg number of the car because I work at a Motor Factors and have had a quick look and the fault code seem to be suggesting a Boost Pressure Sensor. We do a Bosch version, Part number 0261230119, at about £100 + Vat.

Would like a Reg to confirm this though,

Thanks, Chris.

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Hi mate same day you posted this I was suggested the same went to unipart and got the same item. Fitted yesterday (literally the only time I've had) and cleared the error codes only for it to come up with the same p2566 again. Noticed some turbo lag too (although that maybe normal and I've not noticed it before)

Thank you

Rob

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Any help on this greatly appreciated

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hi can any one help, i am new here and i have a mk4 58 plate mondeo titanium x 2.0 tdci, i recently acquired a boost up hill problem, would not go above 3000 rev i have had the turbo actuator looked at and it seems to work fine, i have changed the sensors in the front throttle body , changed the throttle body, changed the solenoid at right hand side of engine block...

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Hi Colin and welcome. Unfortunately you have chosen the wrong forum, this is the Focus forum.

For the Mondeo go to http://www.fordownersclub.com/forums/forum/13-ford-mondeo-vignale-club/

You might also like to try talkford.com, another Ford forum with a far more active Mondeo section.

Use a short descriptive title such as "Uphill boost problem 58 plate mk4 Mondeo" or similar.

For future reference it is always best to start a new thread with your problem, your query is likely to get missed if you tag it onto an old thread which in this case isn't about a similar problem, or even car.

Sorry I can't help with your problem. Good luck!

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