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Sebo



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Thanks northernmonkeyjones, Good to see they've finally addressed it.

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Thanks for the link.

But when I look at the pictures, I still don't understand where the oil leaked from there? Through the connector? And the fix is ​​that the connector is set to be longer? L405 2013 Vogue 4.4 SDV8 339.000km/211.000miles Smile

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Aparently through the connector and up the sleeping/insulation.

So the put a more substantial connector in the chain to prevent the capillary action. There is nothing that can't be fixed with a hammer😜😜
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Since there is a connector that is fastened from the outside, in my opinion the leakage will occur in the same way, it just flows elsewhere and not to the electronics of the primary turbo.

But that's just my layman's opinion Smile

And in general, even if the new connector seals better in some way, it's probably not good to keep the oil from the oil sensor in the connector, is it? Smile L405 2013 Vogue 4.4 SDV8 339.000km/211.000miles Smile

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