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Rom box? What is it?

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Marko Washington, Apr 26, 2016.

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  1. Skinny Mike

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    Ok cheers Mike can I get to it with manifold in place?
     
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    Yes, put a head torch on as it's set back a bit.
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    Cheers I think I know where it is it has 2 wires going to it from air intake
     
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    Is it the other end of this
     

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    Sorry, didn't realise you'd asked.
    Not sure, yours is a facelift, bit different to mine.
    @Nodge68 could confirm. Please.
    Mike
     
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    Thanks for that I thought it was below the one I put in the picture. Hopefully pretty easy to get to then
     
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    can only say i've removed the plug ..
    was easy to get to .. didn't have to dismantle anything
    not sure about removing the sensor itself

    many folk remove the intake manifold
    and give that a good clean-out
    and .. i think .. use a spay cleaner for the m.a.p. sensor
    ( do not go poking objects into it )

    best to have the egr valve deleted ..
    as that causes the majority of the baked on gunk in the manifold itself
    ( i.e. that's a small amount of oil from the turbo .. normal
    ( plus hot exhaust gas from the egr valve
    n' that gunk ends up blocking the map sensor
    note: 2018 mot rules require the egr valve to be fitted a.f.a.i.k.

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    OK cheers I'm took the egr off months ago it' a 2003 have I got to put it back on for Mot
     
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    OK cheers my mate has his own Mot station and says the new regs don't apply to older cars but I will put it back on if there is a problem
     
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