Heat shield back of air filter box

Discussion in 'Engine' started by HITECH, Jul 10, 2015.

  1. HITECH

    HITECH Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Car - 54 plate c220 CDI (manual)

    My car manual turned up yesterday and looking through it, I've realized my car and m8ts car don't have a heat shield at back of airbox. I've posted picture of mine here. Can somebody PLEASE reply with a picture of theirs so I know what it actually looks like and if anybody has a part number for the heatshield. Hope somebody can help.
     

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    HITECH

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    dpf sensor housing

    I'm after the actual DPF sensor housing as seen in this picture and the heat shield that fits on top of it. Can somebody please help and if a member has time could someone post a picture here of their dpf sensor fitted and secured. Pretty please :)
     

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    HITECH

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    Got one now. Them DPF sensors have a metallic fixing screwhole for the bolt to go thru and fix to the back of the airbox. The actual assembly acts as a heatsink to absorb the heat from the DPF sensor. Just some additional info. If it is not fitted properly with the mounting bracket it will overheat and cause a limp mode.
    CAN CLOSE/LOCK/SOLVED this post now. Cheers.
     

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