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    Default 112-602 MAT sensor blowing out under boost.

    I have a new 112-602:, and the temperature sensor blows out of the hole under boost. What's the cure? I assumed this unit was boostable.
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    That's the fully plastic IAT sensor, correct?

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    Yes, the original one. This is a new throttle body. The bore is .625 but not the complete depth. The inner portion is smaller. There is no wear for the inner lip of this grommet to grab, it stays in the .625 bore.
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    Last edited by BoostedCP; 07-30-2021 at 10:19 AM. Reason: Additional info

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