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Old 12-03-2012, 07:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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alright, ive got my warrior engine almost all wired up on its stand, now i find out im missing 2 sensors, atmospheric pressure sensor and intake air temp.
anyone know where i can get these CHEAP?? also, is the atmoshperic pressure sensor the same part as the 2 intake pressure sensors?? i looked on ebay and all i could find was a "maf" sensor. im new to the EFI. key me in.
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Yes the APS has no hose on it but is otherwise the same as IAPS1 and IAPS2, both of which have hoses to their correct intake plus wires to their correct port (don't mix 'em up): 5JW-82380-00-00 (fits all three spots). For wiring and hose explanation see the Documentation Forum's Table of Contents.

Intake Air Temp 'Thermosensor' is 5PX-85790-00-00. I'd hesitate to buy Thermosensor used because if the sensor is over-tightened when installed it becomes damaged and its hard to know by looking at it.

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If you're planning on converting to carbs save your money for your rebuild ... the Warrior motor will run w/o these sensors on the current F/I system
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