Apexi Power Fc Map Sensor Harness 3bar 5-pin on 2040-parts.com
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This harness is custom made by our certified electrician. The harness is 2 meter long.
The Power FC 3Bar MAP sensor harness allows for plug-and-play connectivity with the 3Bar MAP sensor (P/N: 499-X001) on D-Jetro Power FC applications.
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