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Hi everyone,

I have a Land Rover Discovery Series 2 Td5.

A land rover guru temporarily removed the wastegate module sensor, and directly linked the wastegate vacuum hose to the air-intake pipe between the turbo and engine. (this was said to be ok, but I loose all power over 3000 RPM.

I have bought a new sensor. (Attached a picture of it) , but have no way of telling which point gets connected to which pipe?

Is it:

Connection A --> Wastegate

Connection B --> Air intake pipe between turbo and engine.

Or the other way round??

Note: The sensor will now go in between and split the current vacuum hose in two to measure pressure on both sides.

Anyone with a Td5, that would be willing to have have a look under their hood and take a photo for me or describe it.

I would be very grateful.

With thanks in advance.

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Hi everyone,

I have a Land Rover Discovery Series 2 Td5.

A land rover guru temporarily removed the wastegate module sensor, and directly linked the wastegate vacuum hose to the air-intake pipe between the turbo and engine. (this was said to be ok, but I loose all power over 3000 RPM.

I have bought a new sensor. (Attached a picture of it) , but have no way of telling which point gets connected to which pipe?

Is it:

Connection A --> Wastegate

Connection B --> Air intake pipe between turbo and engine.

Or the other way round??

Note: The sensor will now go in between and split the current vacuum hose in two to measure pressure on both sides.

Anyone with a Td5, that would be willing to have have a look under their hood and take a photo for me or describe it.

I would be very grateful.

Ok! I am getting mine done today and will post the picture up for you.

;)

With thanks in advance.

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