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Old 16th July 2007, 21:18   #1
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Question Identify the parts

Hi guys,
Need some help here. While fitting the engine into my Lancer, I discovered a few parts had broken/cracked.

I am having trouble identifying some of them.
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There are 3 parts - 2 pics of each. The last one is a TP (Throttle Position) Sensor. Not so sure about the others. Mechanic said one was the Oxygen Sensor and the other was a Vacuum Sensor but I need to verify this. Never heard of a vacuum sensor before!

So, if you can identify these pls do chip in. And if you know their prices pls mention that too.
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Old 16th July 2007, 22:15   #2
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the first is water temp sensor
second is Oil Pressure Sender

if its not the water temp sensor for pic 1 then what ur mech is refering to could be a MAP sensor Manifold pressure / vacuum sensor (inlet). helps the idling stuff.

prices??

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Old 17th July 2007, 00:03   #3
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by inlet - meant - inlet manifold
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Old 17th July 2007, 01:57   #4
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@2fast4u - thanks for the leads. did some more hunting, and i think i have the answers.
Part #1 (pics 1 & 2) with the antenna like thing is the Oil Pressure Sender:
Auto Parts and Accessories Catalog - 2000 Mitsubishi Mirage Oil Pressure Sender

Part #2 (pics 3 & 4) is the Transmission Vacuum Modulator:
Auto Parts and Accessories Catalog - 2000 Mitsubishi Mirage Transmission Vacuum Modulator

Part #3 (pics 5 & 6) is the Throttle Position (TP) sensor as I mentioned previously.

Let's hope I can source these parts without much hassle.
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both pics in question look more like electrical sending units doesnt seem to be vaccum related as per ur pic 1 & 2.

do keep us enlightened of what it actually is when fixed.
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Sort of reviving such an old thread.
Why not make this a trhead for unidentified parts DIY-ers are left with post their, ahem, DIY?
Can someone help identify this?
it came off when i put in a conical in my ford-fiesta petrol.
No electric connections, just this square bit with a clip at the end, and a rubber hose, about 3-4 mm dia running from it...
dont even know where it came off from,it came off from its spot in my absence.
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