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I have seen on some models where the turbo cooler hose or resonator leaks causing a lack of power and can also in some cases set false fault codes for other components.I would have the turbo boost system checked to see if a hose or the resonator is found to be leaking and if an issue is found with any boost leak this needs repaired then the operation re checked for any other problems when operating the vehicle.If this has already been checked and found o.k. let me know.
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O.k.,with the transmission shifting this quickly this may be due to a fault with the transmission speed sensor sending an incorrect speed signal or one of the wheel speed sensors sending an incorrect signal as this will cause this here.This may also be why the actuator isn't moving as it should.I would have the speed sensor signals checked to see if one or more if sending a false signal needing replaced and then go from there.
The speed sensor signals can be checked using a scan tool that will plug into your vehicles computer to read the sensors data to see if any are sending an incorrect speed sensor signal.If one or more are found to be an issue the affected speed sensor will need replaced to correct this fault.
Unfortunately I am unable to offer that service at this time myself.Can you tell me the fault code number that set with this issue at all?
O.k.,this indicates the DPF (exhaust filter) is restricted.This causes the exhaust to heat up and a restriction in the exhaust that will cause the loss of power here.With the vehicle already having a lack of power due to DPF restriction the DPF may need removed and replaced or removed and manually cleaned by an exhaust shop.In some cases driving the vehicle on the highway for an extended time will clear it up as it burns off the accumulation in it or a repair facility may be able to trick the computer into running the regeneration to clean it but yours sounds to be at the point needing replaced.
Has he cleared the code to see if it comes back at all?
O.k.,this is a tough one for myself to answer here but someone else here may be able to help more on this.I will have to open this question up for others here to see if they can assist further on this as someone else here may have more info on what to check or do with this issue.I hope you can get this resolved with ease.No need to reply to my last post here unless it is a last resort as it will keep your question locked to me and others will not be able to view it.
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Do you know the make and model of the scanner that is being used with this Sprinter? On the Exhaust Temperature Sensor code, can you post the actual "P Code" that is being retrieved? I will likely be able to better assist you if you post all codes that are current in the ECM..
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