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Thread: TD5 updated MAP sensor - anyone using?

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    The unit I use is also Bosch,

    P/N 0 281 002 244

    I generally suggest that one as I know all the settings when I'm calibrating the map for it, and I'm lazy and don't wanna work the others out!

    Although not that hard to calculate.

    About $184 AU

    Hope that helps.

    Cheers
    James

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick130 View Post
    The joys of my trade.
    Had four hours sleep and back into it, just stopped for brekky.
    Well and truly over it atm though.
    And I can sympathize with that, Jack of it all ATM, but what can you do...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    The unit I use is also Bosch,

    P/N 0 281 002 244
    Thanks for the answer, just confirm please that it's direct fit to the vehicle's plug ?
    Discovery Td5 (2000), manual, tuned

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    Quote Originally Posted by sierrafery View Post
    Thanks for the answer, just confirm please that it's direct fit to the vehicle's plug ?
    Ok.

    I'll try and be really clear as this was concerning me as well back in the day..

    The part number I posted looks slightly bigger than the original L/R item.
    I was upset when it first arrived as I was sure it wouldn't fit.
    Despite this I gave it a go, and yes the probe and O ring fit into the aperture in the manifold, both bolts can be used to hold it in (although the holes are not exactly central like the original) and the plug on the loom will fit directly back on, no physical modification required.

    You will DEFINITELY however need to change the sensor calibrations in the engine ecu, as it's pressure readings will be miles out, but other than that it's a direct swap, and can measure pressure far in excess of anything you would want to have with a td5 (I have had mine out to well over 2 bar boost)

    And from memory the temp sensor component of the sensor reads correct straight out of the box.

    Cheers
    James

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    Thank you Sir... i'm aware about calibrations in the fuel map, my only concern was the physical fit and as long you confirmed it fits i'm OK . Cheers
    Discovery Td5 (2000), manual, tuned

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