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Seat ibiza (02-09) code 17961 how to fix

The car show's aEPC code fault would start and idle but no throttle, turn off and restart would idle and acellerate in a limited fashion, now will fire start but then immediately cut out, car cannot be moved.

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Manifold Pressure sensor (MAP sensor, probably located on the intake manifold somewhere) has an Implausible signal i.e. going out of a plausible range. you could try removing the connector and reseating it. I've seen this a few times where just reseating the connector fixes the problem, if not it'll probably need replacing.

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