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    hi all..

    iv gone into limp mode a few times latley and the code reader comes up with a 1105 barometric type code.

    where do i start as i think its a boost problem but im unsure.

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    Start by cleaning the boost sensor & the inlet

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    i think its inlet manifold off time now its getting warmer.

    il clean the boost sensor this afternoon.

    cheers
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    i cleaned the boost sensor but it didnt look that bad?..

    il see if the fault returns tomorrow as iv erased all the codes

    al.

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    Check for split pipes too

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    hi all..

    no split pipes anywhere and after cleaning the boost sensor, it drove ok with no limp mode this morning si it looks like its done the trick !

    cheers
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    Remove the alloy elbow which the boost sensor sit's in... the amount of gunk in there is unreal

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    Quote Originally Posted by dh.dti View Post
    Remove the alloy elbow which the boost sensor sit's in... the amount of gunk in there is unreal
    the intake and egr are due to be removed and cleaned when the "good" weather returns lol

    al.

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    P1105 is barometric pressure sensor circuit malfunction.

    The barometric pressure sensor is the black square one that clips on to the back of the air filter box. It has a small Motorola 'M' on it. Barometric pressure refers to the 'ambient' air pressure around the car, not that in the inlet manifold. Presumably the ECU uses this as a reference point when working out what the pressure should be inside the air pipes.

    Might be worth checking the connector is properly fitted, and is clean and dry inside. Also remove the sensor from the bracket and check that the hole underneath isn't obstructed.

    I had this fault once and did the above. The fault hasn't come back yet so hopefully re-seating the connector did the trick.

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