Temp related low boost

SuffolkD@aol.com SuffolkD at aol.com
Mon Sep 19 23:03:52 EDT 2005

Notice in the "group" field of this linked photo
that the fields of data the 200 20V 3b put out (10 readings) are on "GROUP" 
000 not 0....
the photo shows my first attempt in reading these blocks.  hence the 001 , 
002, 004 "looking" for datd fields.........  The Bentley shows what each value 
range is in the tables section of the back of the book Vol1 AFAIK. Page D2 - 
440 -1 thru 450-4
-Scott by BOSTON

> From: Matt twentyV <>
> Tom, the ECU temperature sensor is mounted on the back
> of the head under the throttle body.  Nothing I've
> read suggests the ECU uses this data to reduce boost,
> but who knows.  
> If you have a VAGCOM on a laptop or ProDiag the sensor
> temperature is available in the Block 0 data, you
> could try monitoring it while driving and hit the low
> boost condition.  

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