Question about 2005 Chevrolet Colorado
We are replacing a map sensor and wanted to know about the wiring before getting things started. We have a 2005 Chevrolet Colorado. Is it difficult?? What tools might we need??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Map sensor wiring for Chevy s-10
Well after looking it up it's the the map input wire is light green on both 4 and 6 cylinder models.
On a 4cyl the map has black gray and light green, the black is ground, the gray is a 5 volt refrence from the pcm(power control module), and the light green goes to to ECU for MAP input.
On a 6cyl the map has black gray and light green, the black is goes to the automatic transmission, gray is a 5 volt refrence from the pcm(power control module), and the light green goes to to ECU for MAP input.
Hope this helps and good luck
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
SOURCE: 1998 chevy suburban map sensor
Hi, The Map sensor on a Suburban is located.
Beside of the ignition coil. on the intake.
Is a litle sensor with a connector of 3 wires.
I hope this work for you. OK
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
SOURCE: engin light is on
the check engine light can come on for any number of reasons mostly emissions related problems. the first step is to identify the code responsible for the light. there are many auto parts stores that will scan the vehicle free of charge for you. i suggest that first.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
fuel pump is working but when accelerating it doesnt pump enough fuel up to the engine then it will fall on its face if it is a electric pump you may have to drop the tank if it is inside and replace it if it is on the engine replace it thats what is exactly wrong with it
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
something is creating alot of air to pass over the 02 sensor.
Big vacuum leak.
IAC stuck a little open.
TPS that is saying your foot is on the gas when it is not.
EGR stuck open a little.
Too low an idle
Weak spark plugs
Bad fuel pressure regulator
No vacuum to the fuel pressure regulator.
Bad coolant temp sensor.
What are the readings. Need to know the co and the hc reading in order to know if you have a misfire or an over fueling issue. All 5 reading are really needed to diagnose fuel related issues sight unseen
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
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