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Anyone seen the price of these nowadays? 8-0= 8-0= 8-0= 8-0=
I am not trusting a brITPART component here.
Although judging by the price I may not have much option. /:(
 

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It really is silly,I just buy them from breakers - for as little as £35 a couple of years ago.Try Equicar in Wolverhampton here in the UK.The last ones I have had off them have been fine and I think they charge around £70 plus Vat/P+P.
I have yet to see an aftermarket one that works properly.......
 

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What makes you think yours is bad.....loss of power, abit of stumbling or what about heavy on fuel.

Have you connected it to a good diagnostics unit to see actual data.

Coolant sensor can also through up odd running issues, there are two but its the black one on the inlet manifold.
Same sensor used on Classic 3.9. 4.2. Disco 1, P38 4 and 4.6

Incidently alot of jags use the same maf sensor
 

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Heavy on fuel, but havn´t connected it up to my BB as the laptop it´s on needs 220V
cause the battery is knackered.
 

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Dont over look the obvious like bad HT leads, worn spark plugs, defective coolant sensor, transmission fluid low, worn/binding brakes (rears most common), worn/seizing wheel bearings and the list goes on....
 
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