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Old 07-22-2015, 11:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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finally need a map sensor for my Suzuki every campervan 1997

Can I find one? No I can't 😒 please some one help me- can't upload photo as site keeps kicking me off!!

Map sensor - 18590-57f10

Any one help its actually a mitsuibishi part
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Engine type / size and vehicle build location might help here.

And the part number that you provided seems to be a dead end on the web. Are you sure it is correct?
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Engine is 660cc - petrol and based in UK - Suzuki every 1997
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Yep! I've checked eBay, Google every where
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Old 07-22-2015, 02:09 PM   #5 (permalink)
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See what I mean I'm bored of searching
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Greetings Comrade! Read Russian?

ALL4CAR.RU Ассортимент SUZUKI

Its called a pressure sensor, about half way down.
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Hello yes I know exactly what it is but can't find a part and no I can't read Russian :disappointed: if you can read Russian don't suppose you can send me an email for this site
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I just found a few SEMI-Compatible units online... even a universal type on JC whitney... seems they will require some mcguyverism thou....

I was JUST in the suzuki spare parts yards today... if only I had taken this pic with me...

One of the reasons im glad my unit has a carb.

ok I will ask them next time.... good luck !
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Greetings! Is this used to speed up the motor when aircon kicks in?
I have seen one at my Mech shop Mactan Cebu. It does not look like the picture you posted. The one I saw had an electrical wire, and several brass hose fittings. The mech said it speeds up the motor when aircon load increases.
Does your motor shutter and stall when U turn on ac?
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Found one from Japan finally :wink:
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