they use many engines in Toyota , up to 9, in some models.
so never work on any car , unless you know what engine you have.?
most cars 1988 to now had, MAF or a MAP
some newer cars have both, (it can switch on the fly depending or many factors)
why do you want to know,????? just curious. that is ok but
no engine NO JOY
must be a VIGO, and VEGO is spelled wrong?
the VIGO is
is this it
In August 2012, Toyota updated Toyota Hilux Vigo "Champ" in Thailand to 2013 model. This minor update upgraded emission standard to Euro-4, updated 4-speed automatic transmission to 5-speed transmission, upgraded performance of 3000 cc
Vigo from 163HP to 171HP and upped torque from 343Nm to 360Nm; and Prerunner 4x2 was introduced in Auto. Other changes included more efficient fuel injection system and addition of center headrest on rear double cab seat.
a 3liter engine???????????
is it the KD engine:?? i sure dont know, im just reading the wiki.
they dont sell this car here. (usa)
Is it a TURBO?
Ive seen FAM sensors hidden in trottle bodies, the 2.0L DOHC engine is one example, so it can be very hard to find.
most cars the MAF is near the air cleaner, but not all cars.
today, there are 3 systems.
speed density EFI, MAP based
Air density EFI, MAF based (or old VAF "volumn')
and today (drum roll" BOTH.)
that is currect, if you want to learn more read this book
he covers this in spades.!@!!
by Greg Banish
read why they need both.
in a nut shell,
map works best at lower speeds and loads.
at high speed, the MAF wins, it measure true air mass. flow.
with a turbo even better, with a MAF for the same reason, and is oversized to do that.
folks that say the MAF restricts air flow are wrong, (sure with hacked cars) but does not, it will read accurate air flow, form off idle to any speed or load.
the MAP works best near idle.
one weakness with the MAP is it does not like changes to the engine.
anything that changes VE, (google it) will those hard set tables to be
wrong, not so with the MAF, it reads true air flow.
with 2 , you get better economy at all times, and more power under all condtions, even with custom exhaust system or cam changes. or
even CR, compression ratio.
i got his book on my nook for small $$
and jeff hartmans series. on same sub.
good luck to you.