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Old 05-07-2002, 04:56 PM
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modip is correct

Just check the voltage range on the Ford part an see if it is similar to the MB part. Slight variation on the upper or lower limits is fine, but you do want the mid-range (normal operating range) to overlap between the 2 sensors.

If you (or the shop) still has the used parts that they replaced you could also substitute the old parts back on the car one at a time to rule problems in those area's out. This method will not cost you any extra $ because you are using your old parts. This is one of the reasons why I always keep the old parts that I replace. The other reason is for replacements on Sunday night when everything is closed.

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