Re: [DML] Sensors under manifold
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Re: [DML] Sensors under manifold

Nathan, I've heard the same thing about those sensors, but I'm planning on
replacing mine when I get my intake off.  I gotta replace all of those hoses
and give her a tune-up so I might as well replace those sensors with fresh
new ones.  I just have the philosopy, "...while I'm in there..."


On 11/13/06, Nathan Sobieralski <valleyrat12@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>   Hello all,
> Since the intake is off my car and I have easy access to the valley of
> death I was wondering how likely it is that any of the sensors on the
> internal water pipe need replacing. I have confirmed that the vacuum
> switch works. I have heard that the two sensors have no moving parts
> and don't usually fail. Has anyone out there experienced these
> failing? I don't want to spend money on parts that aren't broke but I
> also don't what to take the manifold off again for a long while!
> Nathan
> 2277

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