MAP Sensor, Coil Pack Part , lambda and TDC details

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  1. RalphyBMW

    RalphyBMW

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    Just in case anyone needs to know;

    MAP Sensor - 8200719629
    This sits on the top left of the inlet manifold, looking at it from the front, and is tricky to remove. New cost circa £100 @ trade, with VAT @ 17.5%. As at Dec 2010 there is an eBay seller offering a "Genuine" part for around £30, but I haven't bought one from them yet (needed it asap and didn't know the original part no.). They appear to be a Vauxhall parts dealer so perhaps the same part is used on the Trafic / Vivaro.

    Ignition Coils - 8200208611
    These are known as "Pencil Coils"
    Originals on my 2006 car were made by Beru. I just bought new replacements made by Valeo 245104, eBay circa £17 each.
     

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    Received the GM part, GM Part No. 91398487, it is an identical Siemens VDO part, even has the Renault part no. on it.
     
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    Front Lambda Sensor Info & TDC location

    Renault quote two different part numbers for the front lambda sensor, 7700107433 and 8200590431.

    My car, an early 197 from 2006 uses part no. 7700107433, for reference this is the same as Bosch part No. 0258005136.

    8200590431 is the same as Bosch part No. 0258006971.

    Both parts are available from Renault for either £80 or £94 +VAT, I would assume respectively.

    Both Bosch part No's are available from Andrew Page, and other motor factors.

    I would guess that the 77 number is more common as this was on the shelf at the motor factors, the 82 number would have to be ordered in from Germany and would take 2 days. Based on the trade price of 0258005136 I would expect it to retail at under £50+VAT. The other number is more expensive at probably around £75+VAT.

    I would assume that both are relatively common parts used by several Renaults other than the 197/200.
     
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    Foxspeed "the new red baron" Moderator

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    interesting!

    do you/they know what the difference is between the parts/part numbers?
     
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    0258005136
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    0258006971
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    I have the 0258006971 one.

    '08 plate
     
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    Fingers crossed the one we have is the right one for mine!
     
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    looking at those pictures -

    the first is the second lambda sensor

    and the second in the manifold/first lambda sensor
     
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    tdc sensor location

    been a few asking where it is...

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