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My 2005 Dodge Sprinter 2500 won't get out of Limp mode. It will temporarily reset, operate normal for a minute after stopping and restarting, but it goes right back into limp mode. My mechanic says it's the Turbo Pressure Control Valve. He said it cannot be replaced and that my only fix is to replace the whole turbo system. Does anyone know if:
1. the valve itself can be fixed or removed and replaced?
2. there is anyway to bypass the turbo so it can operate at a normal(ish) speed?
3. there is an alternative to R&R'ing the whole turbo system?
Thank you!
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