Pms Map Sensor Mounting .

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  1. TOOLOW91

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    Where are you guys who have used them mounting your map sensors ?
     
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    Mine's on the side of the strut tower. I have a grommet between the sensor and fitting to minimize vibration..
     

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    mines in my fenderwell.
     
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  4. 84Ttop

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    I've ran a rubber hose into the interior and mounted it under the passengers seat next to the PMS in more than one car
     
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    ^ That's how I did mine when my PMS was under the passenger seat. The wires for the MAP sensor are like 3" long.
     
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    That's why I asked about it cuz of the length. but I am gonna mount it in the car and run the hose through the fire wall
     
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