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Old 04-23-2019, 07:49 AM
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Hi, does anyone know where I can get a genuine or decent map sensor for my 2002 s2000? Thanks
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Old 04-23-2019, 01:06 PM
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RokAuto will have them.
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nomadic: Could you please show a link to a genuine Denso map sensor from Rockauto?
To the OP if you want to get a new one I think it might be cheapest to order one from the US 37830-PAA-S00
The price on this here in Europe is just crazy, Lings lists it at £340.36 / $435.
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Amayama.com or Rockauto as said above, have used both.
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@flanders - Here's the link - LMGTFY
The OP wanted OEM or decent sensor.
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Thanks for the help
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Old 04-25-2019, 01:12 PM
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Originally Posted by nomadicS2k View Post
@flanders - Here's the link - LMGTFY
The OP wanted OEM or decent sensor.
Wow thanks for googling the part number I posted, very helpful.
I was just trying to ask nicely if any of the sensors from Rockauto was worth to get, or if there might even be a Denso one was available even though I never found one myself.
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Originally Posted by flanders View Post
Wow thanks for googling the part number I posted, very helpful.
I was just trying to ask nicely if any of the sensors from Rockauto was worth to get, or if there might even be a Denso one was available even though I never found one myself.
Apologies - I even posted the wrong link - epic fail! I personally would go OEM - I am suprised Rock don't have Denso Map sensor when they have the Denso O2 sensors..Googling the Denso number on the top of the sensor yielded the fact that it was from a Civic too - which are much cheaper on ebay!
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RockAuto used to have Denso but stopped stocking them - I looked really hard last year and couldn't find a sensibly priced one anywhere, ended up asking a friend who was visiting the US to pick one up from a Honda dealer there.
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Put a spare S2000 TB with Map sensor on my civic 1.8vti,worked a treat
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