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Re: Pressure Sensor for B20F[ALL/1998] posted by Jarrod on
Monday, 19 May 1997, at 11:04 a.m.

Okay many of you have heard this all before, but here goes:

I need a pressure sensor for my '72 142 with D-Jetronic Fuel injection system. It's the softball size thing that sits on the left fender with one hose hooked to its nose.

The part number should end with 035.

I woukd love you forever if you could help me out. Also it would be truly grand if you were certain that it works.

Actually, I found one at Northern European Auto (see connections.html), but those people need to ventilate their garage a little better. Either that or they need to slow down with the dugout hits before work. I used to recommend these guys, but I am pissed. I'll spare you the details.

Thanks, -jarrod 612.646.6427


Re: Pressure Sensor for B20F[ALL/1998] posted by paul mohney on
Monday, 19 May 1997, at 8:24 p.m.

to begin our discussin. how, or why do you think the pressure snsor is bad ? my ancient haynes ,chiltons ,give fairly expilicit directions on testing injection parts.

PART TWO WHERE ARE YOU AND HOW MUCH DO YOU WANT TO SPEND ( IPERSONALLY THINK IHAVE A COUPLE) there are volvo partspaqlces littering the landscape, if you ive in the L.A. area i cn helpas i've chased volvoparts for some twenty years out here

let us know

Paul in Santa Ana




 


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