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    P0299 Code with Tork Tune

    I've scoured the forum and other sources for the answer and I am afraid it will be the one I don't want to hear. 2013 Abarth, bone stock, no issues. Tork Tune added and the 0299 code showed up. I went back to the stock tune, replaced the actuator that was nearly frozen solid in place (so yes, it actually needed replacing) and went back to the tune. Still got the 0299 code so I went through the entire intake system making sure there were no leaks and everything was snug. The code didn't come back for several days this time but eventually it did. I will reset the code every time it pops up and for the rest of the day, no code. I am only getting now about 5 miles into the first cold start of the day. Once I reset it, no matter how many times I restart the car, it does not come back until the next morning cold start. This leads me to think there is a leak but I tried a cold start at 5 am, got the code, reset and then let the car sit until 6pm that night so pretty much another cold start. No code. The next morning.... code.

    Any suggestions or thoughts? I imagine it's actually the turbo but am hoping not.
    -Colin

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    I used Google and found an answer from Chris. (P0299 site:http://fiat500usaforum.com/ Sometimes the advance search works fine, other times Google does better.)

    Here is some info on the P0299 code:

    P0299-TURBOCHARGER UNDERBOOST CONDITION

    Theory of Operation
    The base Turbocharger boost pressure is managed by the mechanical Wastegate. The Wastegate is a mechanical valve that, when opened, allows exhaust gases to flow around the turbine. The Wastegate is spring loaded in the closed position. Boost pressure is applied to a diaphragm that works against the spring pressure of the Wastegate. When the force created by the boost pressure exceeds the spring force in the Wastegate, the valve opens. This limits boost pressure by limiting the speed of the Turbocharger. Boost pressure is applied against the spring pressure of the Wastegate to control the speed of the Turbocharger. The Wastegate Solenoid is Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) by the PCM and is located between the compressor and mechanical Wastegate. When opened by the PCM, the Wastegate Solenoid bleeds boost pressure away from the mechanical wastegate, this allows the PCM to increase boost pressure to a level higher than would be allowed by the mechanical wastegate alone. The system operates as follows; boost pressure is supplied to the Wastegate Solenoid through a hose connected to the compressor side of the Turbocharger. The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) varies the PWM signal to the Wastegate Solenoid to control the amount of boost pressure applied against the Wastegate. When more boost pressure is needed, the Wastegate Solenoid will direct more of the boost pressure to the clean air tube upstream of the Turbocharger and less against the Wastegate spring.

    When Monitored:
    With the engine running and DTCs P0033, P0034, P0035, P0237, P0238, P0299, P006C, P006D, P012B, P1185, P2261, P2262 are not present.
    Set Condition:
    The PCM detects that the difference between the Boost Pressure Sensor desired value minus the actual reading is above a calibrated value for the driving conditions.

    Possible Causes
    RESTRICTED AIR FILTER
    BOOST SYSTEM PRESSURE HOSES RESTRICTED OR LEAKING
    SMALL INTAKE SYSTEM LEAK OR RESTRICTION
    EXHAUST SYSTEM RESTRICTION
    WASTEGATE SOLENOID
    WASTEGATE VALVE STICKING
    TURBOCHARGER (DRAGGING TURBINE)

    Things to check:

    CHECK THE AIR FILTER
    CHECK FOR INTAKE SYSTEM LEAKS OR RESTRICTIONS(Damaged, restricted or poorly connected Intake System and Turbocharger System related tubes can cause this DTC to set.)
    CHECK FOR EXHAUST SYSTEM RESTRICTIONS
    WASTEGATE AND SOLENOID INSPECTION

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    Quote Originally Posted by map View Post
    I used Google and found an answer from Chris. (P0299 site:http://fiat500usaforum.com/ Sometimes the advance search works fine, other times Google does better.)

    Here is some info on the P0299 code:

    P0299-TURBOCHARGER UNDERBOOST CONDITION

    Theory of Operation
    The base Turbocharger boost pressure is managed by the mechanical Wastegate. The Wastegate is a mechanical valve that, when opened, allows exhaust gases to flow around the turbine. The Wastegate is spring loaded in the closed position. Boost pressure is applied to a diaphragm that works against the spring pressure of the Wastegate. When the force created by the boost pressure exceeds the spring force in the Wastegate, the valve opens. This limits boost pressure by limiting the speed of the Turbocharger. Boost pressure is applied against the spring pressure of the Wastegate to control the speed of the Turbocharger. The Wastegate Solenoid is Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) by the PCM and is located between the compressor and mechanical Wastegate. When opened by the PCM, the Wastegate Solenoid bleeds boost pressure away from the mechanical wastegate, this allows the PCM to increase boost pressure to a level higher than would be allowed by the mechanical wastegate alone. The system operates as follows; boost pressure is supplied to the Wastegate Solenoid through a hose connected to the compressor side of the Turbocharger. The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) varies the PWM signal to the Wastegate Solenoid to control the amount of boost pressure applied against the Wastegate. When more boost pressure is needed, the Wastegate Solenoid will direct more of the boost pressure to the clean air tube upstream of the Turbocharger and less against the Wastegate spring.

    When Monitored:
    With the engine running and DTCs P0033, P0034, P0035, P0237, P0238, P0299, P006C, P006D, P012B, P1185, P2261, P2262 are not present.
    Set Condition:
    The PCM detects that the difference between the Boost Pressure Sensor desired value minus the actual reading is above a calibrated value for the driving conditions.

    Possible Causes
    RESTRICTED AIR FILTER
    BOOST SYSTEM PRESSURE HOSES RESTRICTED OR LEAKING
    SMALL INTAKE SYSTEM LEAK OR RESTRICTION
    EXHAUST SYSTEM RESTRICTION
    WASTEGATE SOLENOID
    WASTEGATE VALVE STICKING
    TURBOCHARGER (DRAGGING TURBINE)

    Things to check:

    CHECK THE AIR FILTER
    CHECK FOR INTAKE SYSTEM LEAKS OR RESTRICTIONS(Damaged, restricted or poorly connected Intake System and Turbocharger System related tubes can cause this DTC to set.)
    CHECK FOR EXHAUST SYSTEM RESTRICTIONS
    WASTEGATE AND SOLENOID INSPECTION
    Yeah this was the very first thing I found and I checked the entirety of the intake system as a result. While the solenoid or the exhaust could be an issue, that would not explain why it happens with the Tork tune but not the standard tune. I'd imagine if either of those items were an issue they would fail muster in both settings.
    -Colin

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    I don't know, but I notice some with that tune did a "boost leak fix" mod. I assume there was a reason for that mod and maybe the vendor has seen this before since it's named after them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by map View Post
    I don't know, but I notice some with that tune did a "boost leak fix" mod. I assume there was a reason for that mod and maybe the vendor has seen this before since it's named after them?
    Funny. I was looking at some old threads on a dormant forum and someone mentioned what was being described by the vendor as a "boost leak" wasn't a boost leak at all.
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    Recurring P0299 on a 13 Abarth is almost always a loose wastegate on the exhaust side of the turbo. It's a well know fault with the early turbos. Only cure is a turbo repair/rebuild/replacement.

    I'd check the wga adapter first and make sure that is correctly adjusted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by texanbrit View Post
    Recurring P0299 on a 13 Abarth is almost always a loose wastegate on the exhaust side of the turbo. It's a well know fault with the early turbos. Only cure is a turbo repair/rebuild/replacement.

    I'd check the wga adapter first and make sure that is correctly adjusted.
    Wonderful. I have a Forge WGA that replaced the OEM. It's overkill but the original WGA was nearly frozen in place. I'll check the adapter though...that's something I've not checked as it was good when I installed it.
    -Colin

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    '11 BMW R1200GSA
    '20 Moto Guzzi V7iii Rough
    '20 Triumph Bobber
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