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    Question Which turbo hose usually goes pop?

    My 2.2D (non DPF manual) 2007 registered Sovereign is unwell. Bowling along when there was a 'pop' from the engine compartment, brief stagger from the engine, and from then on a whooshing noise under (severely reduced)power. All classic signs of a burst hose between the turbo and the engine (pressure side). Looking at the exploded diagrams it seems that there's three possible culprits: one before the intercooler and two after. What is the forum's collective view as to which is the most likely? Thanks in advance.

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    "Usually" the jubilee clip clip fails on the intercooler inlet hose.
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    Yep - that's what mine was
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    Ah! Thanks chaps! That's on the gearbox end I think. I'll have a look and report. Busy today and tomorrow but the weekend looms... Glad of the Good Lady's Leaf for daily running about.

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    Yes gearbox end -ie N/S. Just needs the front under tray off, you will be able to hear it.
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    Thanks x-files

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    Accessibility is a real problem isn't it? I have not yet managed to undo the screws that hold the small front undertray so I can't yet see where the problem lies. What I have noticed, though, is a little abrasion tell-tale on the auxiliary drive belt's smooth top surface. Further peering in with a torch suggests that the belt is running very close indeed to the lower intercooler hose beneath the airflow meter (?). It could be that belt flutter causes occasional contact. This might have damaged the hose enough to weaken it I suppose. Couldn't see a hole or split but with the front tray still in situ that's not surprising. I have a tame mobile mechanic who has done other potentially arm-skin ripping work for me and he'll have a look next week with luck.

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    In my case it was the large MAP sensor to Intercooler hose that split. Could not see it but put fingers round the back and felt a 1inch split.


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    I couldn't feel any splits in any I could get my fingers to, but one of them was oily which raises suspicions. It seems that non-DPF cars like mine have a different hose or hoses from the DPF equipped cars. None of the eBay sellers that I have found differentiate. The genuine Jaguar parts are horribly expensive if they can be found at all. I have emailed Jaguar/Land Rover customer services with my registration number asking for part numbers. I am not holding my breath though!

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    I replaced mine with Silicon, Quarter of the price.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/JAGUAR-X-TY...-/111429631619

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