Now it can either be the actuator is faulty or the sensor is bad. Now connected back the pipe and I can now hear the turbo noise while reving. While I had the pipe off I sprayed a bit of carb cleaner in and around the valve then I blanked it off with a blanking plate £4 from ebay and put it back together. So my car wasn't going to Limp mode. With the pictures you posted about the pipes would you be able to post a picture from where those pipe start from.
Once I get some cash will be getting a good scanner to check codes and then start from there. I was about to order an actuator postiton sensor. Remember this part is important A good O2 sensor reads more or less. What repairs can fix the P2263 code? Nothing for us in Ca. It looked fine so I discounted it as the problem.
The pipe had come off the nipple causing the turbo actuator to get no vacuum. I have the exact same problem. If the turbo shaft is worn out or if it is too loose, the turbocharger will need to be replaced. Based on the advice above thanks guys I've decided not to drill a hole in the blanking plate as it was suggested it would not fix the problem. It seem to move freely.
The turbo made the right kind of whoosh noises at start up etc and the idle was perfect, no smoke, and it started on the button; just no grunt at all. Remove it and look for oil on the turbocharger. If I figure it out I will let you know. We are told to try these first and I realize that many times it does not fix the concern, but we have to follow Fords guidlines under warranty. Makes a change to those who just ask a question and are never heard of again. Possible Solutions The simplest thing to do is to reset the code and see if it comes back. Almost all with boost or egr codes.
If the increase is not observed, inspect for a restriction in the induction system or the exhaust system. Your backyard scanners only pull codes. If he is setting at idle there will be a grayish clowd of smoke between spin up and spin down. . When the check engine light comes Ford Focus P2263 code on the first you should check is the gas cap. Operation of the vehicle should be severely limited and should be diagnosed and repaired as soon as possible. I found nothing that suggested a split pipe.
The truck always ran fine. If I clear the code I get some power but the code comes back after 30-40 miles, and lack of power again. The solution is here : Ford Focus P2263 Possible Solution : Disconnected, dirty or fouled spark plugs are common causes for engines that won't start. Now only thing left was the sensor or vanes jam, Then did a Revive turbo clean for carbon deposit removal from vanes. Currently I have 157,000 plus on the truck. I followed it back to a sort of union box that is located on the right of the engine at front between the airbox and engine.
The first thing I did was push the actuator gently a few times with a screw driver to see if it was stuck. Keep up the good work and please keep us informed. All pipes looked to be in good condition and I couldn't hear or feel air rushing out anywhere. Once again I got the wife to rev the car and realised the actuator was not working as nothing was moving. The vehicle service manual should be consulted for more information on possible causes of the fault, along with required testing.
Is it meant to be a sealed system, or is it meant to be constantly drawing vacuum? Spent a good hour trying to work this out as the haynes says it's the way I've described it but really isn't clear on the matter. I haven't checked city driving yet. Will be trying some Rev X on next oil change. This can happen for multiple reasons and a mechanic needs to diagnose the specific cause for this code to be triggered in your situation. Had the same issue with my Mondeo 2007. Our tool allows us to see what conditions happen at the time of code setting.
YourMechanic offers certified mechanics who will come to your home or office to diagnose and repair your vehicle. I try what ford wants knowing that it may not work. If the condition is unchanged, then replace the turbocharger. Read the boost pressure fault status When the boost pressure has been tested the display should show that the diagnostic is complete. What this means is that there is not a specific item giving a bad reading but something in the system as a whole is not correct. And these reads also indicate that Ford is currently covered up on trying to find discovery of the resolutions. Pull over, retighten it, and take a look at the cap to see if it has any cracks in it.