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    Vemo MAP Sensor, w/ iSP-foil

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    • Product Details

      Part No. C7044169080VMO

      Warranty Details (1 YR REPLACEMENT IF DEFECTIVE)

      Vemo Manifold Absolute Pressure/Manifold Air Temperature Sensors are designed to perform in harsh environments such as extreme temperatures and vibration, thermal and mechanical shock. Acts as an input to the ECU to correct fuel delivery in response to changing atmospheric pressure.

      Product Features:

      • Designed for under-hood environments
      • All-silicon, solid-state microelectronic technology
      • Temperature compensation
      • Electromagnetic interference (EMI) protection
      • Air temperature output We got you covered! Many active sensors contain computer chips, which are sensitive to electrostatic, moisture, and other harmful contaminates. This is why more than 1,500 of our VEMO sensors and switches are packaged in an intelligent sensor protection foil (iSP-foil) to prevent electrostatic discharge. Packaging is made of durable LDPE, metalized polyester, and cross linked urethane resin for long lasting use. Integral antistatic properties keep contents from electrostatically charging during movement and transportation. In essence, we want to insure you receive the highest quality sensor, which works right out of the box, every time. Additional Features:
      • Protects electronics from static discharge.
      • Protects electronics against moisture.
      • Superior filtering function of oxygen.

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