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I recently had to change the ignition but before that my scanner had been already giving me the map sensor code. after i installed the ignition she was too accelerated and kept giving me the map sensor code i have two options either change the throttle position sensor or the map sensor. please help.

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    thank you ill try that.

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Hi, take the best option, change the map sensor and the problem will be solved. I have solved similar problems like this and i guarantee you...

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    Tunde Autos Oct 07, 2010

    O.k, don't forget to accept and rate the solution....

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