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Jon
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3/12/2003
10:17:47

Subject: MAP sensor question??
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Has anyone had a MAP sensor go bad? If so, what symptoms did you have or would you expect?

About a week ago, my engine light came on and I got a code '14', which is 'MAP sensor voltage out of range'. However, next time I started it, engine light was off. Since then, it has idled really slow, and sometimes dies at stops. When it gets going it runs fine. Would you guys replace the MAP sensor??

About a month ago, I replaced the plugs (3923's), 180 thermostat, dist cap & rotor, and coolant temp sensor.

Thanks for any help.

('96 Dak, 3.9L, 4X4)



Michele
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9/11/2003
12:39:49

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What is the problem with map sensor had to be replaced in a 8mos,6mos 1mos and then 1 day period, trying to fool map sensor (another site that i checked out) found the ground wire but can't find the 5volt reference?



RaZoR1
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9/11/2003
19:45:36

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Those are exactly the problems you would have is the sensor went bad.... replace it!!!



slow r/t man
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9/11/2003
21:31:48

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Why is it called Manifold absolute pressure when it reads vacuum? Always wondered that



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9/13/2003
07:56:16

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ABSOLUTE pressure---
Atmospheric pressure is about 14.7 PSI; so you really just have less pressure than outside the manifold.



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