New Motor Mounts = sensor casuality

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08 Jun 2013 18:00 #15006 by raidonzap
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Hello everyone,

I completed my MM job last summer which resulted in a vibration free super smooth engine. However, at the start of this years driving season, my RPM's at start-up took longer than normal to settle and my idle speed was around 1000 RPM. I poked around and found this hiding behind the cross brace:

Can someone please identify this sensor?

I have been able to super glue the broken sensor and re connect it to the wire harness for now but I would like to get a new one.

Thanks for your help!

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08 Jun 2013 18:28 #15007 by Kiln_Red
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Diag port.. I think.

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09 Jun 2013 01:04 #15020 by emmanuelli
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isnt the diag port the circular one to the left of the oil fill cap?

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09 Jun 2013 07:19 #15022 by raidonzap
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Thanks for the replies.

I have added a graphic to illustrate where the plug is broken from. The diag port is ok.

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09 Jun 2013 07:47 #15023 by the flying scotsman
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not sure of the MY but on S4s and up those type of connectors are used on knock detectors and hall sensor

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09 Jun 2013 10:30 #15024 by Kiln_Red
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This is what you need. Use a small flat blade to remove the remnants of the old TPS male plug from the injection harness TPS pigtail.

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09 Jun 2013 12:19 #15027 by raidonzap
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This is what you need. Use a small flat blade to remove the remnants of the old TPS male plug from the injection harness TPS pigtail.


Thank you!

I'll contact Roger!

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