Question about 2006 Jeep Liberty
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2006 jeep liberty
the drain plug is located on the back of oil pan in the center. if you have a rock guard you have to remove this first. the pcv valve(positive crankcase vent is located on either the left valve cover in front or on theif it's a v6 or 8 or it is located on the valve cover in the back in a straight six it will have a hose that goes to your air filter breather box or the breather hose. please rate this...........thanks
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
The MAP sensor (MANIFOLD ABSOLUTE PRESSURE) changes voltage or frequency as intake manifold pressure changes (air flow increases or decreases). The engine's computer uses the reading to advance or ****** engine timing. On older, non-fuel injected engines the vacuum advance on the distributor did basically the same thing.
The MAP sensor also works with other sensors on the Jeep engine, specifically the Throttle Position Sensor (on the throttle body) and Crank Position Sensor (on the transmission bell housing) to control other fuel flow and ignition timing functions.
If you're having problems with the MAP sensor, or are getting a Check Engine light and code for the MAP sensor keep in mind that other problems may cause that error code.
Bad vacuum hoses, vacuum leaks, bad EGR valves, intake manifold leaks, clogged air filter can all affect the MAP. sensor. To know for sure all the other sensors should be checked for correct voltage and perimeters
Also, if you have done any mods to the engine, especially intake, exhaust and ignition mods you may get an error code for the MAP or incorrect reading and a resulting loss in power or increased fuel usage.
The map sensor is easy to change with a couple screws off the Throttle body.. The part the air inters (the air breather). Buy one from the auto parts store if your sure that is the problem and just replace it..There is no adjustments to it...
It really sounds to me that you have a small vacuum leak in a line somewhere.You can try spraying the motor vacuum lines with soapy water with the vehicle running to find a leak. Also listen and feel under the dash for leaks and hissing sounds.
Hope this helps.......
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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The Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor is located on top of the cylinder head, right side, about 2/3 of the way back. there is one screw holding it in. You will need to take off the plastic engine cover off to access it. The sensor in the airbox is the MAF sensor.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
SOURCE: Oxygen Sensor jeep liberty
well first off depending on the year you could have up to four.now the easiest thing is to check trouble codes by turning yor key three times.now move it to the first position it moves to.thats were you need to end at all three times.now from that position you will move it quickly to the position when the accessories and idiot lites lite,right before it hits the starting position.so do that three times and wala if you got a problem with it your gonna know which one of the four you need to replace.follow the imortal saying of if it aint broke dont fix it ,oh ya to locate just look at other answer
Posted on May 28, 2009
Most map sensors are mounted on the firewall above and behind the engine. All have a vacuum line attached to the manifold and an electrical connection as well. If you already have the new one, you at least have an idea what it looks like. If not, you can ask a parts house to show you one. Otherwise it's like deer hunting without ever having seen a deer before!
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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