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    Just have codes read on mine and get P0101 and P0234.
    Can any one help with that

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    P0101 = Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit Range/Performance problem
    P0234 = Engine Overboost Condition

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    So sounds like new maf needed and what todo with P0234??

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    Is the car driving in any strange way or are these just old codes that are stored?

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    car drives ok then you put foot on the spaner with car goes off but as soon you take the foot off car with spaner comes on dash. And P0234 Iget then I over took the car and my revs goes more then 4000.and car goes in to limp mode. Then the engine restarts car runs ok

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    Clean MAP sensor also check all the boost pipes

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    so what mods the car got ,

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    P0234 is your boost sensor probably just needs a clean , once that is done you may find the p0101 fault will cure itself
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