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    Engine : 1.9 CDTi 120

    Year : 2005

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    would a dodgy boost sensor cause a hesitation on acceleration?its 120 8v engine.its had an egr valve recently as well.

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    Did you clean it when EGR was done? Why not try taking it off and clean it with a carb cleaner to eliminate the boost sensor? It's a 10-15mins job.

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    just cleaned it.was well mucky.lol will try it on way home.

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    Would be interested to know how you get on.

    Q. Could a mucky boost sensor cause lumpy idle when cold?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ficosaneil View Post
    Would be interested to know how you get on.

    Q. Could a mucky boost sensor cause lumpy idle when cold?
    A mucky boost sensor can cause an uneven idle, I noticed a slight miss with mine (when warm admittedly) until I cleaned it, and has been spot on since.

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    drove home from work and all good again!cheers for info guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike. View Post
    drove home from work and all good again!cheers for info guys
    Nice one mike, by the way, where is the boost sensor on a 120? Could do with cleaning mine out. Cheers.

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    boost sensor is on back of manifold right,little black sensor held in by t30 torx bolt.basically next to egr valve.

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    might have look at the little filter thing this weekend.should stop any further probs

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