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I 've bee looking for info regarding intake manifold pressure sensor location for the last three days. It is not what you guys talk on the forum...where it is on this model. Please help
 

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You'll have to lower the engine enough to get to the intake manifold....

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I changed mine last year by supportilng the motor and tranny from below on a trolley jack, removing the top motor mount bolts on both sides,



remove one bolt from the dog bone lower mount then lowering the motor as far as possible (until things started getting well stretched) then rolled the motor (top) to the rear) then crawling over the top of the motor and reachig down to loosen the mounting screw and pull the plug off. Like I said, it';s been awhile, and having tuorned 84 last week, my memory isn't what it used to be. Don't remember, but you may have to unplug the wiring harness on the motor, but I don't think so. It's not real easy, but it CAN be done, and from the top.
Does anybody know how to change it...It seem not accessible.
 

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Does anybody know how to change it...It seem not accessible.
If the engine is still on the car, then there is no way of accessing it. You need to take the engine out, or make a hole on the metal part through the inside of the car. (Like i did)

Here is the exact location of it.
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...since this is trending....the VDO Germany part number is 1865A049...
...it's a 1 bar sensor...replaced mine a month ago for that fault code....didn't help...
...didn't drop the engine either...need my ride back...

Jetfuel....fix coming soon
 
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