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    LES COOKE intake manifold question?

    I just bought a Les Cooke intake manifold from another member.
    This one comes with 3 holes (i imagine for sensors)...
    1st one its easy...Air intake Temp sensor at the side(green one)
    2nd intake pressure sensor (blue one) BUT here it seems to have 2 places, or Iím missing something?
    The manifold have oem place for this one and it also fit perfect on the top part, marked on the photo as TOP....
    Where i insert this one, and why?,
    What i do with the other hole?
    Many thanks for the advice


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    A smart admits!A wicked excuses!An idiot insists! mitsakosgt's Avatar
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    Seems like a map sensor to me!The one that is next to the ECU.

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    yes, map and you must use it
    you insert the map sensor in the big hole and bolt it down with the other

    but the blue one.... im stumped, maybe a newer ski
    is it oil psi or water temp?

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    If I understand what you are saying...

    You cannot use the OEM position for the MAP sensor as it is no longer inside the manifold.... You need to fit the sensor to the boss you have marked as top...

    Turn the mani over you will see the OEM mounting for MAP is in fresh air outside the mani.

    R88

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    MAP sensor goes in to the location marked TOP, make sure the rubber o-ring seals good. If not, put some sealant on and secure it with the OEM M6 bolt...

    The GREEN temp sensor, mounts into the largest hole (M12 size)...

    The other holes are used for vacuum/boost reference lines...



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    Im sorry, yes its the map sensor that have a blue sticker..., but it fits perfectly in this place on the photo and also in its original place, so i dont know where to put it....if someone have a similar intake let me know please...
    Many thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lbaronio View Post
    Im sorry, yes its the map sensor that have a blue sticker..., but it fits perfectly in this place on the photo and also in its original place, so i dont know where to put it....if someone have a similar intake let me know please...
    Many thanks
    The original location on the les cooke manifold is not inside the plenum anymore... you have to put the sensor onto the aluminium boss you have pictured otherwise it will NOT be reading manifold pressure...

    R88

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    if the map sensor has a blue sticker it is not the bosch oem sensor it is a Peugeot-Citroen replacment and it is much cheaper than a bosch

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    LES COOKE intake manifold question?

    If it is a Peugeot Citroen sensor and anyone ever need them or bits for these cars, PM me as I have Peugeot and Citroen dealerships and ship world wide and won't be beaten on price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badvgood View Post
    If it is a Peugeot Citroen sensor and anyone ever need them or bits for these cars, PM me as I have Peugeot and Citroen dealerships and ship world wide and won't be beaten on price.
    Peugeot-Citroen 19201K or 1920AN..... what is tha max bar or kpa?

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