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I have a 2000 plymouth breeze with a 2.4 in it and it runs rough at idle the map sensor reads 50 at idle when you push accelerator down the sensor reads 35 then it straightens out the normal reading for this area is 35

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  • wasland_66 Oct 02, 2010

    yes and i have tried a new map sensor

  • wasland_66 Oct 05, 2010

    very helpful thank you

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50 What 5.0 volts ? Let me know what the 50 is as far as scale

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    Auto Repair Help Oct 02, 2010

    i are you talking Hg ? Pressure ?

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    Auto Repair Help Oct 02, 2010

    ok i am going to look up something for you . Do you have any codes?

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    Auto Repair Help Oct 02, 2010

    Ok here we go now, With all this in mind of the Map reading way over the limit i need some more info Have you had any engine work done ?

    Have you disconnected the battery recently ?

    If yes to one of these you will need to go to the dealer to have them put the DBR machine on to re enter the vin and milage. some how you lost the read only memory.

    I am sure the cars idle is off and runs rough ? Please also check the cam sensor and make sure it is connected and check connector for corrosion. Clean and add dielectric silicon to connector. Check cavity C for five volts with a meter. Scale 20 volt. Also check the crank sensor as well.




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