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2004 Dodge Stratus MAP Sensor

I was told that the MAP sensor was bad in my car. I looked up online how to replace the sensor, it seems fairly easy. My only problem is I have NO CLUE where it is?! It would be great if someone had a diagram or very good instructions on where to locate this!

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    Ugg! I cant see the pics! :(

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Alright I think I might have the same problem. I am trying to add the photos of where the sensor is but I am not sure it is going to work. If the pics do not come through, then just look to the left of the transmission dip stick and I believe it is the on the back side of the engine. It has a red clip that is holding on the wires to the sensor and it is the left one of the two clips back there. Also before replacing the sensor check out the link below. Another person was having the same problem and fixed it without replacing the sensor. The guy helping him said that if you have bad spark plugs or wires it could trip the MAP sensor trouble code. Hope this helps.

http://www.2carpros.com/forum/2004-dodge-stratus-trouble-code-p0108-map-sensor-maybe-vt135458.html

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Notes 2.0L/2.4L
2.7L Here is a locaton pic depends on what engine it has

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