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Xj vm 2.5 turbo loss at 2000rpm what sensors and where are they..

The turbo works fine but does not kick in...it was a bit jerky in the beginning .. like going on and off... now there is no power.

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  • deon_vanweze Jul 29, 2009

    Is the boost sensor below injector #1 at the back..?, there is two sensors both look the same, one seems to be the heat sensor on the second head from the front.?this is the xj diesel rhd with the vm motor. if i pull the wire of the back sensor then htere is total loss of power...please help

  • deon_vanweze Jul 29, 2009

    hI TX but i forgot to mention this is the rhd diesel with a vm motor.. .. ??

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Are you loseing boost through a leak some where,check all your hoses from your turbo,another thing you might want to check is you air cleaner,check your waste gate for movement,you may also have a boost sensor faulty,

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You have to check the power switch. And the wires connected to the to it.and check up to the battery connection .The kick does not work if the solenoid , the ignition circuits and spark plug is nut functioning try to check or replace them if destroyed already.

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