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    I have cleaned my boost valve that is bolted into the manifold and wondered if this part requires cleaning.

    http://i.ebayimg.com/t/Genuine-Vauxh...Uhw~~60_12.JPG

    Also the little round N3 cylinder that branches off mine appears to have broken off wlll this effect the running of the car ? and what does it do. Can this be bonded back as it is a clean break or is this part under pressure

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    I think it's a vacuum actuator or something of that sort.

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    It looks more like the EGR Valve actuator
    The small pipe that has broken off may result in the Emissions Warning Light mode, if not then keep your eye on it
    Equally, if you disconnect this sensor the engine will NOT light the EML warning nor will it go into Safe Mode

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    Looked online and even vauxhall are calling it the Turbo Boost Pressure Valve. So does this valve need cleaning as well as the manifold turbo sensor.

    http://www.vauxhallworldparts.com/va...umber=97240781

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    Quote Originally Posted by m8internet View Post
    It looks more like the EGR Valve actuator
    It's more like the boost control solenoid. It is very similar to that of the 1.9CDTI albeit it's got a different orientation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GazCDTI150 View Post
    It's more like the boost control solenoid. It is very similar to that of the 1.9CDTI albeit it's got a different orientation.
    So does this part need cleaning like the MAP sensor. Getting a fault code of 0236 which states Turbo Charger Boost Sensor A Circuit Range Performance. Was getting 0105 which was the MAP and now clean no faults apart from the one above.

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    I don't think you can clean that...?

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    If it is like any other sensor, once failed the only solution is to replace
    How odd though, it looks almost identical to the EGR Valve actuator on my engine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celes View Post
    I don't think you can clean that...?
    If it's like the 1.9's you can split them - atcutler done a how2 for the 1.9 120.

    Quote Originally Posted by m8internet View Post
    If it is like any other sensor, once failed the only solution is to replace
    How odd though, it looks almost identical to the EGR Valve actuator on my engine!
    It's not a sensor - it's a boost controller.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mick B View Post
    So does this part need cleaning like the MAP sensor. Getting a fault code of 0236 which states Turbo Charger Boost Sensor A Circuit Range Performance. Was getting 0105 which was the MAP and now clean no faults apart from the one above.
    Not really but there will most like be a filter on them (assuming you have a diesel) as the controller regulates the vacuum to the turbo. This filter clogs up and impedes the operation of the controller. I cleaned the one on my 1.9 and I have to say never noticed a change in performance hence I used the phrase 'not really', but give it a try.

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    Thanks again fellas for the support.

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