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Old 04-27-2013, 01:11 AM
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2003 Dodge Sprinter
2.7L Turbo Diesel
WD2YD542035529220

Solus Ultra 12.4

Reading turbo boost PIDS for Boost PSI Spec (desired) and Boost PSI (actual). At idle, boost is shown correct as a positive pressure. Once load is applied, both pids display ( and graph) as a negative boost PSI (vacuum?). Chrysler DRB III tool shows proper boost pressure (positive) under load. Vehicle in question is running fine. Ultra's PID info is incorrect.
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2003 Dodge Sprinter
2.7L Turbo Diesel
WD2YD542035529220

Solus Ultra 12.4

Reading turbo boost PIDS for Boost PSI Spec (desired) and Boost PSI (actual). At idle, boost is shown correct as a positive pressure. Once load is applied, both pids display ( and graph) as a negative boost PSI (vacuum?). Chrysler DRB III tool shows proper boost pressure (positive) under load. Vehicle in question is running fine. Ultra's PID info is incorrect.
Hi Bob,
I have reported this to the development team.

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Still broken in 13.4. They did manage to eliminate the Boost Spec PID, so I guess if you don't know what the PCM is looking for you don't know if the wrong information is being reported. Nice...
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