First let work on the codes that you have .
Would not surprise me if this started happened after the work was done then i would have the shop that did the work check the vacuum hose routes ..this would cause you aqll the issue you are now having.
- Actual charged-air pressure is higher than target charged-air pressure by 19.7 kPa or more
- ECU reduces charged-air pressure but air temperature sensor (on the Lysholm compressor) does not indicate a drop to 150 degrees C or below
Diagnostic Support Notes
- This is a continuous monitor (CCM)
- Check engine indicator illuminates if the ECU detects the above malfunction condition during two drive cycles
- PENDING CODE is available
- FREEZE FRAME DATA is available
- DTC is stored in ECU memory
- ABV actuator malfunction
- ABV vacuum control solenoid valve malfunction
- ABV vent control solenoid valve malfunction
- Intercooler bypass valve actuator is stuck closed
- Intercooler bypass solenoid valve malfunction
- MAP sensor malfunction
- MAP sensor solenoid valve malfunction
- ABV system related vacuum hose is restricted or leaking
- Intake air temperature (Lysholm compressor) sensor malfunction
- Lysholm compressor malfunction
- ECU malfunction
P1524 - Charged-air cooler (CAC) bypass solenoid valve circuit malfunction..
1402 - Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve position sensor circuit malfunction
As you said this is possible with these codes that the issue is one thing ,which i think is just a bad routed vacuum hose .
Have the shop that did the work check this for you .
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