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09 s40 2.0D Engine system service required

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Old Sep 23rd, 2018, 13:25   #1
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Default 09 s40 2.0D Engine system service required

Hi guys
My wife drives the car to work which is 3miles away and back so it never gets a good blow out, it's done 79k.
Anyway when I get in it I give it s bit of stick and around 2 months ago I went out in it and a hour later it went into limp mode no dash lights so I turned it off and on perfect, gave it a good thrashing and it's been fine......well yesterday when I was driving not miss daisy guess what the yellow triangle came on and it said Engine system service required then mysteriously went off withing seconds and power came back.
I was about to commence a long journey and again gave it some tonk and it's been fine.
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Does this car have that elloys fluid as it has done nearly 80k it may need some
I was under the impression it had a long life dpf?
I think the wife's 3mile drive is killing it but I may be wrong.
It will get it on a reader next week but why is it when I've had it and blasted it then the cars fine for a month +.
I'm getting a petrol next.
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From what I can find on here it's a dry dpf and regens every so often so at 79k on 3 mile runs it's never going to get chance to regenerate in my opinion.
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had same problem turned out to be a split in the turbo boost pipe
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Code 0236 boost pressure map faulty signal
Where is the sensor please
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Found it cleaned it lets see...
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