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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-20-2019, 09:46 AM Thread Starter
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LLY sensor location?

I need help! Im nearly done a cp3 swap and have all the wiring and plugs reinstalled except one sensor (looks identical to the map sensor). It's located on about 6" of wire just before the two connectors that clip together with the plastic levers on the driver's side. I can't for the life of me find a place to plug this thing in.
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Picture would help but it sounds like you're talking about atmospheric pressure sensor. Snaps in under bale connector bracket. Vane position sensor connector is just outboard of placement (white wire).

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This is the sensor
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I'm new to this forum thing. Thanks for the help. Any chance I can get a picture showing where this goes?
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That’s the baro sensor. Drivers side valve cover. Goes on the bracket the the vane position sensor is on.

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Thatís the baro sensor. Drivers side valve cover. Goes on the bracket the the vane position sensor is on.

Thanks for the help! I didn't realize it just plugged into the bracket.
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