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  1. Hi Can anyone tell me where this plug should be located? ive just changed all of the fuel injectors and upon re assembly i’m left with one plug I can find any sensor for. It comes out of the wiring look in the back corner of the passenger side closest to the tail light in a RHD vehicle. I have the sensor clipped in for the vacuum hoses. i have noticed on the right hand side inlet facing from the back there is a vacuum sensor and then another sensor but on the other side there is only the vacuum which I know wasn’t there upon starting as I’d noticed I could get my extension straight down. its isn’t the throttle body connector or the plug for the intake just down from the TB. if anyone can help or have a look in their own car it would be appreciated as I don’t want to start it up until I know what it’s doing. Thank you
  2. Hi Guys, Hoping someone can help, I'm looking for any information for removing the fuel rails on the 987. I've found two posts on the net in which one guide is removing the inlet manifold from the right and then the left but take the fuel rail off with it but then another in which they seem to half remove the fuel rail where it isn't completely out of the way before removing the inlet. Can I get the fuel rail out enough to swap the injectors without removing the inlets? It looks like there's 5 bolts either side, two which are a bit fiddly to get to, Then a clip on each injector. Just trying to save myself some work from tearing everything down but if needs be then I will. Cheers!
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