Boost EGP sensor mounting

It is weary important that no water can stay in the tubing / hosing.

As when you stop the car in a cold the water can freeze and, you get no messurement.

If it is an VNT turbo we relay on EGP pressure, to make sure that there is newer EGP pressure maybe 10 PSI higher then boost.

That is why the Piping should have a fall all the way from sensor to manifold.¬¬¬¬¬


Brass sensor is the 2,5 Bar 

This sensor -1 bar to  +2,4 bar pressure, MAP

“Boost Control” -> “General Boost” -> "0 point boost" set it to 203

“Boost Control” -> “General Boost” -> "Max boost at 5v" set it to 270


If you get the moulded plug

Red to White     :  5V

Black to Brown :  0V Ground

Green to Green:   0-5V Signal

Stainless Steel sensor is 5 bar

This sensor 0 bar to +5 bar pressure, MAP, Oil, Diesel

“Boost Control” -> “General Boost” -> "0 point boost" set it to 90

“Boost Control” -> “General Boost” -> "Max boost at 5v" set it to 570

Thread G1/4”


If you get the moulded plug

Red to White     :  5V

Black to Brown :  0V Ground

Green to Green:   0-5V Signal

OF Gear Boost sensor 3 bar = 45 PSI


"Boost  Control” -> “General Boost” -> "0 point boost"     

set it to 350 if this Mercedes sensor is used

Take a look at the number left to the one you are adjusting it shows the actual 0 point if engine is not running


“Boost  Control” -> “General Boost” -> "Max boost at 5v" 

set it to 300 if this Mercedes sensor is used

The 300 is equal to 3 bar


MERCEDES W210 E300 Turbo Diesel Boost Sensor If you need max 1,65 bar = 25 PSI

Then the originally MB boost sensor from a W210 E300 Turbodiesel can be used as it has a standard 0-5 volt output

I have only tested this exact type below


"Boost  Control” -> “General Boost” -> "0 point boost"     

set it to 305 if this Mercedes sensor is used


“Boost  Control” -> “General Boost” -> "Max boost at 5v" 

set it to 170 if this Mercedes sensor is used

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