Question about 2001 Acura 3.2CL
My check engine light came on, so I went to AutoZone to get the codes read from the computer. The codes basically said that the MAP was higher than expected, and that the TPS was faulty (P1129 & P0122). I scoured the net, and found a buch of conflicting advice on replacing the parts separately, or just replacing the entire throttle body. Does the MAP sensor come as a a part of the throttle body, or is it a separate entity within itself? Basically, will replacing the throttle body take care of BOTH the map and tp sensors?
No need to replace the throttle body , and i think that you make a test before to buy any piece . disconnect the negative battery terminal few minutes, then connnect and start engine again, drive few minutes by observing the engine, if light comes again, replace only map sensor ,good luckl
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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