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    Hope it fixes it.

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    Well got around to seeing about changing the sensor. Unfortunately although they are both 6 pins, one the old is a rectangle connector the new had rounded corners. So unfortunately unable to do a swap test.

    I may have to buy a new sensor to test that way. If it proves the pod is at fault then I'll have to get another pod. However it could probe my current sensor had gone faulty, so at least I'll be up and running again.

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    Maybe build a harness to go between the two plugs?
    Shouldn't take too long to do.

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