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Old 08-30-2015, 02:43 PM
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Part identification

Hello, new to the forums. So i had two wires break on me today, one goes to some kind of a sensor and I have no idea about the other. If someone could identify the sensor in the picture that would be great. Thank you.
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Old 08-30-2015, 07:59 PM
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if you would really like answers that would help you and avoid flames give the following info when you post: year of car, n/a or turbo engine, stick or slushbox, digital or analog dash. Most of us can tell by the year what model you have ie 85T is a turbo z31. Z cars come in many flavors and they are all different. example 84,85,86 Z31's pretty comparable. there were changes in 87,88,89. in addition 300ZX can refer to two completly different cars the Z31 and the Z32. No mindreaders here the more info you can post the more likely you get a cogent useful answer. The cars with L engine (straight six) changed almost yearly from their introduction. A 240Z and and a 280Z have similarities but they can also have wide variance.

looking at poor pics doesn't do much good. take a wide shot so we can see where it is located then some closeups.
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Old 08-31-2015, 07:29 AM
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Boost controlled deceleration device, by what I can see.
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