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Get Delco,the other brands never work as good as OE.
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I believe this is the AC Delco number -
213-3205 . NAPA is a Delphi number DEM PS10075 but is about $20.00 more than competitors.
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Get Delco,the other brands never work as good as OE.
Lost count of how many times I'd get a sensor for a GM from NAPA in an Echlin box to find it was the OE GM part in the box. However it's a **** shoot. If you can't find Delco, go with the NAPA part next.
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I am looking for a part number for a turbo boost pressure sensor for a 1989 8v92. The old one has 012-7182 on it but that number does not get me anywhere.
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This is a 2-bar MAP sensor, not a 3-bar. I don't have a part number, but it shoooould be a standard GM/Delphi thing.
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FYI the Detroit number for the correct 2-bar sensor is 23528418. The S60's should all have 3-bar, but it seems none of the 2-strokes got them as far as I can tell.

12569241 is the GM number or PS10082 is the Delphi part number.
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Could a 3 bar sensor be installed in an 8v92? Would the older DDEC read them easily? Is there a benefit to doing something like that?
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a long time ago woody said he had used different MAP sensors,i really don't know the outcome.
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Not without programming. You don't need a 3-bar anyways, you're not going to run 30+psi of boost on your 8v92.
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