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Think I would be inclined to get new sensor from the dealers quoting reg or Vin
Could ave hours of messing around.
Looks like the car was fixed last time by a "mechanic" and by the looks of it he changed the sensor from another car and changed the connector also. Now I am really stuck since all the sensors I have looked at that fits the m9r 2.0 DCI engine (Nissan, Renault) has a pin above and two below (mine has 3 in a row)
 

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That’s why it’s best get one from dealer based on your reg No.
If need be cut connectors and hard wire it in.
Different connectors are made for a reason.
 

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That’s why it’s best get one from dealer based on your reg No.
If need be cut connectors and hard wire it in.
Different connectors are made for a reason.
Have contacted the only supplier of original parts and service, all though I don't like them since the offered me 2 years ago 1900 gbp for fixing my car which I rejected since they talked in tongues. I fixed the car after some simple diagnostics and replacing a broken cog inside the egr valve.
Will wait for their reply of what the original part really is for my car and I will order a new one and with correct connection cable and then solder it if needed.
Have attached image of how my sensor looks like and the partnumbers are -
8200974421 - 8200811025 - 8200443534 - 8201000764 - 8200641554 - 223651719R

However when I do searched on sites selling parts all I get are sensors with three wrong pins. Going nuts and hopefully I will see the light in the end of the tunnel.

Spare parts link

Thanks George for being a soul of kindness!
 

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