|Product||Item no.||OE ref. no.||Manufacturer||Vehicle examples|
|Exhaust gas temperature sensors||7.08369.01.0||03L 906 088 J||VAG Group||Golf VI, Passat B6, Jetta IV, A3, Octavia II|
|7.08369.04.0||03L 906 088 CC||Golf VI, Tiguan, Jetta IV, A3, Octavia II|
|7.08369.24.0||03L 906 088 HG||Transporter V, Transporter VI|
|7.08369.00.0||03L 906 088 BS||Golf V, Touran, Tiguan, A3, Octavia II|
|7.08369.87.0||A 007 153 96 28||Mercedes-Benz||M-Class, Vito / V-Class|
|Exhaust gas pressure sensors||7.12061.00.0||82 00 974 421, 22365-00QAK||Renault, Nissan||Clio IV, Scenic III, Kangoo, Qashqai II, Juke|
|7.12061.02.0||22 36 509 01R, 22760-00Q0C||Renault, Nissan, Dacia||Clio IV, Sandero II, Kangoo, Qashqai II, Juke|
|7.12061.01.0||A 000 905 30 03, A 000 905 27 06||Mercedes-Benz||C-Class, E-Class, GLC, Sprinter|
|7.12061.03.0||A 009 153 51 28||C-Class, E-Class, Sprinter|
|7.12061.05.0||A 004 153 98 28, A 009 153 50 28, A 007 153 43 28||A-Class, B-Class, C-Class, E-Class|
|Differential pressure sensors||7.11190.08.0||22 77 014 54R, 22771-JG70A, A 607 905 05 00||Renault, Nissan, Mercedes-Benz||Clio IV, Captur, Juke, X-Trail, A-Class|
|7.11492.07.0||22 77 011 77R, 20 81 565 51R, 20827-00Q0L||Renault, Nissan, Dacia||Clio IV, Sandero II, Kangoo, Qashqai II, Juke|
|7.11190.10.0||1 415 606, 30750460||Ford, Volvo||Focus II, Mondeo III, Kuga I, V50, XC90|
|7.11492.01.0||1618 Z9||Stellantis Group||207, 208 (I), 3008, C3 II, C4, 407, Partner|
|7.11190.04.0||51792301, 93187247||Firoino, 500, Corsa D, Zafira B, Meriva A, Mokka|
|Fuel pressure sensors||7.11225.00.0||1920.GW||Stellantis Group||Berlingo, Jumpy, C3, Scudo, 1007, 206, 307, Bipper, Aygo|
|7.11225.01.0||98 137 355 80||DS3, Scudo, 3008, 5008, Traveller, ProAce|
|7.11225.11.0||98 143 838 80||Jumper, Spacetourer, C4, Scudo, Grandland, Vivaro, 3008, Boxter, Expert, Traveller|
|7.11225.02.0||82 00 584 034, 1 334 946, 15730-84A51||Renault, Nissan, Ford, Suzuki, Dacia||Logan, Mondeo, Almera, Micra, Clio, Kangoo, Thalia, Megane, Jimny|
|7.11225.04.0||03L 906 054 A||VAG Group||A4, A6, Q3, Q5, Alhambra, Caddy, Crafter, T6|
|Lambda sensors||7.05271.62.0||55353811, 55353812||Opel, Vauxhall||Zafira B, Astra H, Omega B, Vectra C|
|7.05271.74.0||1618 V3||Stellantis Group, Mini||207, 308 (I), Cooper (R56)|
|7.02604.99.0||55182912, 39350 4A410, A 004 542 69 18||Stellantis Group, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes-Benz||Ducato, Sportage III, i20, ix35, A-Class, B-Class|
|7.05271.85.0||1K0 998 262 AD, 1K0 998 262 K, 1K0 998 262 L||VAG Group||Golf V, Touran, Tiguan, A3, Octavia II|
|7.05271.05.0||036 906 262 D, 03D 906 265 C||A2-A4, Polo, Passat B5, Ibiza III|
|Air mass sensors||7.22184.25.0||7M51 12B579 BB, C2Z18798, LR029074, 31251735||Ford, Jaguar, Land Rover, Volvo||C-Max, Focus, XF, XJ, Range Rover, C30, V50|
|7.07759.42.0||93856812, 82 00 280 060, 22680-JD50A, 13800-84A50||Opel, Renault, Nissan, Suzuki||Movano, Vivaro, Master, Trafic, Interstar, Primastar, Jimny|
|7.07759.48.0||93863896, 82 00 651 315, 22680-00QAD, A 607 094 00 48||Opel, Dacia, Renault, Nissan, Mercedes-Benz||Vivaro, Duster, Kangoo, Trafic, Primastar, Citan|
|7.28342.07.0||1929 LC, 9647570080, 023002144151A||Citroёn, Suzuki||C3, Liana|
|7.07759.46.0||03L 906 461||VAG Group||A1, A3, Altea, Leon, Fabia, Roomster, Beetle, Caddy|
|Air pressure sensors||7.18222.27.0||55219298, 93171176||Fiat, Opel, Saab||159, Giulietta, 500, Doblo, Musa, Ypsilon, Astra, Insignia, 9-3, 9-5|
|7.18222.26.0||04E 906 051, 3M21-9E928-AA, K05149001AA, MN191138, 955 606 180 10||VAG Group, Ford, Dodge, Mitsubishi||A1, A5, Altea, Exeo, Superb, Yeti, Amarok, Arteon, Galaxy, Journey, Grandis, Outlander, Cayenne, Macan|
The reference numbers given are for comparison purposes only.
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Exhaust gas temperature sensors monitor the hot exhaust gas flow and protect components from overheating.
Typical applications include protecting components which are sensitive to temperature, such as turbochargers and all forms of catalytic converters, monitoring the free-burning process of the diesel particulate filter, controlling the optimal temperature range for catalytic converters and measuring the EGR exhaust gas temperature as part of on-board diagnostics (OBD). In the event of critical overheating, the control unit responds by taking appropriate action to reduce the temperature, e.g. through reduced performance (limp home function).
Motorservice offers more than 200 exhaust gas temperature sensors covering more than 140 million vehicles.
In addition to lambda sensors and exhaust gas temperature sensors, exhaust gas pressure sensors are the third type of exhaust gas sensors available from Pierburg.
This group includes the following types of sensor:
- Differential pressure sensors are mainly used to determine how soiled the particulate filter is. They can also be used to detect whether e.g. an air filter or an EGR cooler is clogged or blocked.
- Exhaust back pressure sensors protect the engine and turbocharger against excess pressure.
Motorservice’s current range of exhaust gas pressure sensors and differential pressure sensors covers roughly 120 million vehicles worldwide.
Lambda sensors measure the residual oxygen in the exhaust gas. This produces a lambda value, which the engine management system uses to regulate the mixture composition for the most optimal combustion possible.
Lambda sensors are the most important element in engine management systems in terms of ensuring perfect engine running with low emissions.
High operating temperatures and aggressive exhaust gas place high demands on lambda sensors. You should therefore choose products from the specialist for emission control.
Offering over 130 different lambda sensors, Motorservice covers the needs of more than 200 million vehicles worldwide.
Also referred to as fuel rail pressure sensors, these components supplement Pierburg’s existing range of fuel supply and sensor products.
In many cases, the rail can only be purchased as a complete unit along with all the attachments. However, Motorservice offers the pressure sensor separately as a spare part.
The item numbers that are currently available are compatible with a huge number of vehicles globally – over 50 million. The range is continually being expanded.
Air mass sensors have been used in almost every vehicle for the last decade, and have become one of the most important components in engine management. They are therefore a key component in the air supply system and for emission control.
The air mass sensor records the air mass flowing into the engine. Its signal is used to calculate the injected fuel quantity, and in diesel engines also for regulating the exhaust gas recirculation.
Motorservice offers Pierburg air mass sensors with a flow pipe or as a separate plug-in probe, suitable for over 1,500 applications.
Air pressure sensors supply important input parameters for the engine control system. The commonly used abbreviation “MAP sensors” stands for “manifold absolute pressure”.
With around 60 OE references, these air pressure sensors cater for almost 700 applications in Audi, VW, Škoda, Seat, Opel, Vauxhall, Fiat and PSA vehicles.
This corresponds to more than 90 million vehicles worldwide.
Our products stand for low pollutant emission, economical fuel consumption, reliability, quality and safety.
Pierburg sensors are used in a diverse range of systems for all aspects related to the engine.