Engine Sensors

Electromotive offers many common engine sensors, IAC valves and solenoids to help you complete your EFI and/or DIS installation.

  • 1 Bar MAP Sensor

    GM-style 1 bar MAP sensor. This sensor is used to determine engine load on naturally aspirated engines. Can also be used as an external barometric correction sensor. Sensor features vacuum port, mounting tabs and necessary connector, pins and seals for terminating harness.

  • 2 Bar MAP Sensor

    GM-style 2 bar MAP sensor. This sensor is used to determine engine load on forced induction engines. This sensor is intended to be used on engines producing positive manifold pressure up to 1 bar, or roughly 15psi of boost. Sensor features vacuum port, mounting tabs and necessary connector, pins and seals for terminating harness.

  • 3 Bar MAP Sensor

    GM-style 3 bar MAP sensor. This sensor is used to determine engine load on forced induction engines. This sensor is intended to be used on engines producing positive manifold pressure up to 2 bar, or roughly 30psi of boost. This sensor is not recommended for use with engines that will not see boost above 1 […]

  • Manifold Air Temp Sensor

    GM manifold air temp sensor with connector. Compatible with all current and past Electromotive systems that have an MAT input.

  • Coolant Temp Sensor

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    GM coolant sensor with connector. Compatible with all current and past Electromotive systems that have a coolant temp input.

  • Coolant Temp Sensor – Metric

    Metric-threaded GM coolant sensor with connector. Compatible with all current and past Electromotive systems that have a coolant temp input.

  • Knock Sensor

    GM single-wire knock sensor. Sensor features a 1/8″ NPT thread for block mounting. May require block threading to install. Compatible with all knock input-equipped Electromotive systems.

  • GM Arm-Style TPS Sensor

    Early GM arm-style TPS sensor such as those found on ’80s TPI engines. Sensor comes with mating Weather Pack connector, pins and seals for harness termination. Sensor features a return spring.

  • GM Shaft-Style TPS Sensor

    GM shaft-style TPS sensor such as those on many ’90s and ’00s-era GM engines. This sensor turns counterclockwise when looking at the sensor. This means that the throttle shaft turns clockwise when looking at it head-on. Sensor comes with mating Metri-Pack connector, pins and seals for harness termination. Sensor features a return spring.

  • D Shaft TPS Sensor W/ Connector

    TPS Sensor with the D-Shaft input common on many European and early Japanese throttle bodies.  May require mount fabrication, but shaft size should be perfect fit.  Great for replacing non-potentiometer style throttle switches.  This is the same sensor used in our 90-93 manual trans Miata TPS adapter.