RHKTriton wrote:Off topic: VS's pic through the wheel well suggests this is probably the best path to the oil pressure switch. Much involved in getting a second oil sensor in there?
viking shippy wrote: and the genuine "Denso" part $430....is borderline daylight robbery......
ag9111 wrote:viking shippy wrote: and the genuine "Denso" part $430....is borderline daylight robbery......
Glad I am getting mine done under warranty at 58,000km
ag9111 wrote:One is Shippy's photo looks grey/blue to me. Didn't know there was 2 different types.
Never looked, don't even know where it is. Let the dealer deal with it.
Did 150,000km in silver MN without a problem with SCV
RHKTriton wrote:Snooozy, does the oil sensor hold the banjo fitting in the block, or does it have its own threaded bit?
coughy wrote:the long one is the one in which is better
denso dont make the short pump type any more
i just replaced my pump from a one same as vs and they gave me a new pump with the longer scv and was told this is much better than the short one as it has a bigger coil and control the mettering alot better of the fuel..
it goes by the pump numbers and you can go up to the long scv if you have a short one fitted but cant go down to the short one if you have a long scv fitted if that makes sence..
there is absolutly no power difference in the 2 scv valves is that denso has relised that the failure rate of the shorter ones isnt good so they up specked the newer pumps with a better scv... for much better fuel control delivery and longer lasting scv...
coughy wrote:i will get a picky of the new pump number in mine and post it as the older stlye pumps are getting harder to get and the internals are the same but the scv section is different i was told by denso hence the one way scv thingy
there is a adapter which you can use but more change of a leak and denso said not very good...
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