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Old 05-27-2019, 02:04 AM   #11
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MMS kit to the RESCUE! WoHoo!
Good job finding that, Joey.
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Old 05-27-2019, 01:54 PM   #12
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The removed sensor clearly has Bosch on the body.

The molding of the plug connector looks a bit different. Is the replacement a Bosch sensor? If no, what brand?

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The length of the sensors appears a bit different, but that is likely camera angle/perspective.

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The removed sensor clearly has Bosch on the body.

The molding of the plug connector looks a bit different. Is the replacement a Bosch sensor? If no, what brand?

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The length of the sensors appears a bit different, but that is likely camera angle/perspective.

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I am unsure, I bought it from MMS as part of his spare parts kit. On the sensor all it says was "Made in Germany."

On his website, he has it pictured in a bag labeled Bosch.

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I'm not at all suggesting that you go under, pull it out and *look*...

But for other folks, the Bosch logo is kind'a an H inside a circle.

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(the "H" is supposed to represent the armature of a generator)

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Old 05-27-2019, 09:22 PM   #15
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I'm not at all suggesting that you go under, pull it out and *look*...

But for other folks, the Bosch logo is kind'a an H inside a circle.

Attachment 112737

(the "H" is supposed to represent the armature of a generator)

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I'm not going to pull it out I think I have some close up video on my camera of the new sensor too I haven't looked at it yet.
Looking at the pictures I took on my phone, these are the markings:
On one side: "Made in Germany"
On the other: "7NE 4440", "B-T214" (could be an 8 instead of a B, the 2 may be a Z, it's just out of focus )

I'll try to check the video later today, about to cut a big hole in the van for our 3rd slider window

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I'll try to check the video later today, about to cut a big hole in the van for our 3rd slider window
I was just curious. It's no big deal. Don't go to too much trouble.

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