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Old 04-20-2019, 03:17 PM   #1
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1998 boxster..Got PO453 engine light... I changed out the Fuel Tank Press. sensor....

Engine light came back on.....I know I can drive it the way it is..But I do not like it...

Any ideas....Something I can do to get light to stay of for this issue..
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Old 04-21-2019, 11:14 AM   #2
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1998 boxster..Got PO453 engine light... I changed out the Fuel Tank Press. sensor....

Engine light came back on.....I know I can drive it the way it is..But I do not like it...

Any ideas....Something I can do to get light to stay of for this issue..
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1998 boxster..Got PO453 engine light... I changed out the Fuel Tank Press. sensor....

Engine light came back on.....I know I can drive it the way it is..But I do not like it...

Any ideas....Something I can do to get light to stay of for this issue..
P0453 says that the sensor is reading above limit due to a short (B+). You have a wiring issue, not a bad sensor...………..
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avgAP7XflZw

Not up to professional repair standards, but it shows a wiring issue....
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