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#1 Adi69

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Posted 06 August 2007 - 11:50 AM

Hi,

Following the engine management light coming on the other day, I had the car checked for fault codes.
P132B....with no other letters was one that came up. Has anyone come across this before?

#2 rasman81

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Posted 06 August 2007 - 04:16 PM

I thought that 132 was an o2 sensor high voltage, but the diesel does not have o2 sensors as far as i'm aware.
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#3 ScoobyChris

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Posted 06 August 2007 - 06:34 PM

I did a Google and turned up this excellent site: http://www.fordtechs...-releaseHL1.pdf

which seems to suggest a possible sticking turbo....


Question:
What is the new P132B code?
Answer:
P132B is a new P-code that was added to monitor turbocharger performance. There are 3 new PIDs
that indicate what operating mode the code was set in, these are:
⇒ P132B_STK sets during the learn mode
o Verify that the turbocharger learn has successfully completed VGTVP_LE > 5 and
VGTVP_OK = yes and check the learned values to make sure that they are within a
correct range
o Run through the normal KA test to verify the turbocharger is actually sticking
⇒ P132B_CM is a continuous monitor
o Verify that the turbocharger learn has successfully completed VGTVP_LE > 5 and
VGTVP_OK = yes and check the learned values to make sure that they are within a
correct range
o Run through the normal KA test to verify the turbocharger is actually sticking
⇒ P132B_VAR sets if the turbocharger does not converge
All turbochargers must be tested through the KA test to verify improper operation.

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#4 Adi69

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Posted 06 August 2007 - 06:55 PM

Thanks for looking Chris.

I too did a Google and found:

http://www.fordinsta...hatsnew/DTL.pdf

If you look at pages 16-19, then along with code P600A which was there too....it shows all the possibilites.

The EGR has been fully cleaned out using a sonic cleaner, it is now fully closing, which is wasn't before. The memory has been cleared and I'll have to see if it returns.

#5 look8one

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 04:43 AM

clean the MAF sensor with Electrical solvent cleaner (maplin) Be carefull with two termistors they are easy to damage. It helped me and cost only 4 quid! yes! reg
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#6 Adi69

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 01:48 PM

Well done for sorting yours matey. My car was constantly coming up with P123B which is turbo performance and when manually operating the turbo vanes, they were indeed sticking. I also watched the vanes stick one day when turning off the engine.
I have previously cleaned the MAF as well