Question about 1988 Plymouth Sundance
Sounds like it's the MAP sensor that's causing the problem. Where do I find this piece, and can it be fixed or does it need to be replaced.
Thanks again....you've been very helpful
I don't have a manual for the 1988 Plymouth Sundance, but I'll see what I can find. You would replace it. If you/your daughter plan to keep the car for a whle (and you plan to be her mechanic), I would recommend purchasing a Haynes manual for it. As soon as my vehicles' warrantees expire, I buy the manuals. The MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) sensor is usually connect to the air duct near the intake manifold. Looks like for your car they run from $40-$70, depending on your engine size and turbo or not. Good luck!
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