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    hi and hello to everyone, i have a p0237 fault Turbocharger boost sensor A circuit Low, can anyone tell me were i can find this sensor on my car, any help would be great..thanks
     
     

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    You should get the BMW fault codes read, as Pxxxx codes aren't BMW specific/as specific and there could be more codes that will point you in the direction of the problem.

    Otherwise check the vacuum pipes, turbo pipes e.t.c for splits.

    Sensor is here. number 16, http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...27&hg=11&fg=40
     
     

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    thanks ronnie for the reply
     
     

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    Had the same fault on mine was the sensor at the back of the inlet manifold.
     
     

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