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Hello folks!

I have a 2005 307 hdi 2.0 136 (facelift) which has been running very badly for a while now. (sort of lumpy when accelerating). I've been told that it may be the turbo repeat sensor, but i don't know where this is! The guy I bought the car off has a 407 with the same lump at the minute so I'd like to screw it off this to try on mine. Please help me find it!

What has been done to date:
EGR valve
Air flow meter
Cap harness
Turbo solenoid valve
Turbo reconditioned
2 injectors.

Any other ideas welcomed.

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Hello folks!

I have a 2005 307 hdi 2.0 136 (facelift) which has been running very badly for a while now. (sort of lumpy when accelerating). I've been told that it may be the turbo repeat sensor, but i don't know where this is! The guy I bought the car off has a 407 with the same lump at the minute so I'd like to screw it off this to try on mine. Please help me find it!

What has been done to date:
EGR valve
Air flow meter
Cap harness
Turbo solenoid valve
Turbo reconditioned
2 injectors.

Any other ideas welcomed.

Cheers
Have you had it on Planet yet ?
 

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hi,,,there is a specific set up method for the repeat sensor,as such it really is only suitable for dealer tech to do due to the special tooling etc,,,req'd.

if you know this unit has a good turbo then the only way is to use the whole unit.

toddy
 

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The mechanics are planning to take the turbo from the 407 off on monday to put on my 307. will the sensor be part of this unit then?
 

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Thanks! glad to know all this work may pay off!
 

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Car now fixed! Cheers!
 

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I've got garage saying possible new turbo required and read some posts regarding fitting a turbo repeat sensor. Can this only be done by changing the turbo? Could i get a recon turbo and get this fitted to fix?
I've got this info from a post on the web which suggests the part can be bought seperatly?:

Checked and confirmed jerking and juddering on acceleration, carried out diagnosis, global test done EGR faults recorded. Checked turbo repeat sensor parameters, found with ignition on readeings from sensor are about 63% ought to be about 10-11% thus causing turbo wastegate to be partially open, new sensor required.

Replaced repeat sensor, sensor readings correct now at 11%, erased fault memory and re-configured settings, roadtested all ok

Part fitted 0375P0 turbo kit £57.07
 

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hi,,,to them in the know the sensor is no secret.
the problem is in the set up,sure you might fit it and get lucky without the set up,but to access the sensor is quite a task.
so once there you want to do it right!!:)

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So do you need to get a recon turbo, take the sensor out and then put in current turbo or can you buy the sensor seperatly?
So fi you even got the sensor it needs setting up corrently by Peugeot Dealer?
 

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I'm new to this forum but i keep seeing references to a sensor check at 11%? can someone let me know what this check is and how you do it, thanks.
 
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The turbo repeat sensor is attached to the top of the capsule on the turbo. Its a simple removal. Three little screws holding it on. No need for changing turbos unless the vanes are sticking it it.
 
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hi,,yes the sensor is available seperate.
about £80.
only dealer or specialist will have all the eqt to set it up.

toddy
Theres no setting up of the repeat sensor. Only setting up of the capsule. The sensor is removable.
All the sensor is a little steel plunger that goes up against the diaphram in the capsule.
 

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As above....
Just replaced the repeat (position sensor) on my 307 hdi 136, as above no set up required just 3 small screws and one plug , can be be changed without removing turbo or actuator, however be prepared for some swearing as its a right pain in the a--e! job, just drop the cat and its just about possible (ive done it). however the plunger is plastic not metal, as was the one that was removed... is this normal? the sensor was £50 from midland turbo.
 
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