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I have a code of p106 barometric pressure sensor

I replaced sensor but the code keep coming back its on a 2005 ford escape 30 v6

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This is where a DUI guy can get into unnecessary expenses.There are causes of this code that are independent of the sensor. There has to be correct voltage going to the sensor. As well, the sensor also has to have a good path to ground. The sensor could be sending an accurate value to the computer.Low manifold vacuum can set this code too. If there is a vacuum hose running to the sensor it could be kinked,cracked or plugged with sludge or carbon.The sensor only sends what it senses and these will give false codes.

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Fault Code Definition
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Fault Code Definition
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Common Problems That Trigger the P0106 Code
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