Common rail sensor defect and "Non standard"

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Archaleon
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Currently Drives:: Megane 2 Dci1.5 105

Common rail sensor defect and "Non standard"

Postby Archaleon » Thu Nov 08, 2018 5:56 pm

Hi !

I hope to get some help...
I have an "injection problem" with Megane 2 1.5 DCI 105cv, model Estate from 2007.

The garage told me it was the common rail pressure sensor which was faulty. They couldn't buy the sensor, so they told me I could do it and replace it myself. (else they could buy the full common rail and make me pay 600€)

So I went to look for that sensor, and I bought that one which seemed to be appropriate :
https://www.ebay.fr/itm/Renault-Clio-ka ... 4902.l9144

But when I dismantled the car to replace sensor... SURPRISE, not the same sensor !
I ordered a 55PP03-01, and the one instaled was a 55PP02-02 :banghead
Different shape, different connectic poka yoke.

Well it obviously won't work.

But when I google the 55PP02-02 it is not supposed to be compatible with my car... but with Ford, Peugeot, Citroen and Volvo...
https://www.ebay.fr/itm/251698106955

What should I do ? I mean, I can order the 55P02-02 anyway, and I can put it in place. But what if it is not callibrated the same as my current sensor ? Don't I risk dammaging the engine.
Or is there only 1 callibration possible for each sensor? :conf

Thanks for helping !
My car is half dismantled now, and if I can avoid the struggle of putting it back into order and dismantle again in a few days that would be welcome...

Archaleon
Posts: 4
Joined: Thu Nov 08, 2018 5:44 pm
Currently Drives:: Megane 2 Dci1.5 105

Re: Common rail sensor defect and "Non standard"

Postby Archaleon » Thu Nov 08, 2018 6:41 pm

With more research I found that : http://www.dieselinjectorsuk.co.uk/fuel ... sensors-2/

Do I have to fit ‘like for like’?
Yes you do have to fit ‘like for like’. If the id numbers of a replacement Fuel pressure sensor correspond to the original then it can be used. Bosch numbers are 10 digit starting 0281 002 – – – Siemens also use 10 digit numbers like 9658227880 and id’s like 55PP06-03 These numbers are printed on the sensor or stamped into the plastic


On mine is written :
55PP02-02
MY B
0406124956
//
5WS40039
//
Bar code (on label on plastic connector) : 110406124956

So I have to find a sensor 55PP02-02 with 0406124956 written on it ?

Archaleon
Posts: 4
Joined: Thu Nov 08, 2018 5:44 pm
Currently Drives:: Megane 2 Dci1.5 105

Re: Common rail sensor defect and "Non standard"

Postby Archaleon » Sat Nov 10, 2018 12:16 pm

Archaleon wrote:With more research I found that : http://www.dieselinjectorsuk.co.uk/fuel ... sensors-2/

So I have to find a sensor 55PP02-02 with 0406124956 written on it ?


Or the 0406124956 doesn't matter and just "any" 55PP02-02 MY B 5WS40039 sensor will be compatible ?

Archaleon
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Joined: Thu Nov 08, 2018 5:44 pm
Currently Drives:: Megane 2 Dci1.5 105

Re: Common rail sensor defect and "Non standard"

Postby Archaleon » Sun Nov 11, 2018 7:12 am

No one knows ?


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