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    Sitting here at Micheal Wood services on the m5 the poor AA man cant find this code P1109?. Any body got any ideas.It wont allow me to pull above 2000 rpm and theres no smoke when under load.Cheers

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    P1109 IAT - B Sensor Intermittent

    hope that helps m8y

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAVO View Post
    Sitting here at Micheal Wood services on the m5 the poor AA man cant find this code P1109?. Any body got any ideas.It wont allow me to pull above 2000 rpm and theres no smoke when under load.Cheers

    "subject - Engine Z19DTH/ J - Intake manifold, swirl flaps, actuator out of order, DTC: P1109, P2075 set"
    "Customer complaint about lack of power and SVS lamp on. The following trouble codes might be set based on the installed application: a.) EDC16 C9 (2-actuator strategy, i.e. pressure sensor as well as pressure regulator fitted at fuel rail) TECH 2 shows DTC: P1109 or sometimes P2279(11). b.) EDC16 C39 (1-actuator strategy, i.e. only pressure sensor fitted at fuel rail). TECH 2 shows DTC: P2075."

    after a quick look on a certain vxl programme
    a direction is all I can offer

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    Thanks for the info.
    Sorry havent posted earlier only just got in from trip in a low loader.Will use the info 2moro at the stealers. Any body know if this is covered on the warrenty.....car is 06 i extended the NETWORK Q and is under 60k (43k) Any info would be a great help

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    Manifold should be covered mate.

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