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P0108 is a map sensor code 4.7 front of intake 5.7 front of intake air plenuum box (by Alt)

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

  • Mike Beam Aug 05, 2010

    mine is the 5.9 L and what is the plenum box?

  • Spbharley Aug 05, 2010

    Sorry man I guess I thought this was a 2007. Anyway the code is the same, but the map sensor is on the front of the throttle body.

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