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'05 s40 t5 awd- P0243 AND P0017 CODES AFTER T.BELT/H.GASKET REPLACEMENT

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  • '05 s40 t5 awd- P0243 AND P0017 CODES AFTER T.BELT/H.GASKET REPLACEMENT



    I recently changed the headgasket and timing belt (amongst other "while you're in theres") on my 2005 volvo s40 t6 awd (Car blew a headgasket due to coolant loss).

    Regular Autozone OBD2 reader gives me the following generic codes:

    -P0243 Turbo Wastegate Solenoid A (Bad MAF? Bad TCV? Wet K&N Cone Filter ruining MAF?)
    -P0017 Crankshaft Position- Camshaft Position Correlation - Bank 1 Sensor B (Bad Exhaust Side Camshaft Sensor? Tooth off timing?)

    -The car feels off. Massive loss of power (limp mode from bad TCV?). I don't feel any boost. Car takes forever to climb RPMs.

    -Wet Compression Test shows all cylinders at 140-145.
    -Timing seems to be as perfect as it can be. All marks align, will upload pictures when I can.
    -There is continuity in both Camshaft Sensors.


    Things I want to test/replace. Please advise best you know.

    How can I test?
    1) TCV
    2) Camshaft Sensors (in case I did it wrong)
    3) MAF
    4) If Timing is correct
    Should I replace?
    1) TCV with a heavy duty IPD TCV (car is stock boost, for now, one day maybe more)
    2) Camshaft Sensor (Exhaust)
    3) MAF
    4) Vacuum Lines from TCV/others

    I did NOT
    1) Have these error codes before the overheating incident/ replacement
    2) Have this little power before replacement
    3) Visit an Official Volvo dealer to get specific codes

    Thank you for any input.
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