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TESTING-MAP- A vacuum line runs from the sensor mounted high to the intake manifold so it can measure the vacuum in the intake manifold. NOTE: Unusually high or low barometric pressures can generate a false DTC for the MAP sensor. If no driveability symptoms accompany the MAP code, do not replace it.

  1. Connect a MAP/BARO tester to the sensor connector and sensor harness connector. With ignition ON and engine OFF, use DVOM to measure voltage across tester terminals. If the tester's 4-6V indicator is ON, the reference voltage input to the sensor is okay. NOTE: The green light on the tester indicates that the VREF circuit is okay, 4-6 volts. A red light or no light indicates the VREF is either too low or too high.
  2. Measure the reference signal of the MAP sensor. If the DVOM voltage reading is as indicated in the table, the sensor is okay.
    1. Turn the ignition OFF.
    2. Disconnect the vacuum hose from the MAP sensor and connect a vacuum pump in its place.
    3. Apply 18 in. Hg of vacuum to the MAP sensor.
    4. If the MAP sensor holds vacuum, it is okay. If the MAP sensor does not hold vacuum, it must be replaced. Fig. 1: Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor component locator - cannot find the MAP sensor - 84174020.gif
      Fig. 2: MAP sensor altitude/voltage output relationship 84174023.gif
      Fig. 3: MAP sensor frequency data 84174022.gif
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Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Oct 15, 2010

    Unfortunately, the diagram for the look of the square sensor with a port on it has not copy and pasted to the fixya.com website.

  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Oct 15, 2010

    Testing a Ford/Lincoln MAP Sensor:

    Test/Replace A defective manifold absolute pressure sensor may cause a rich or lean air/fuel ratio, excessive fuel consumption, and engine surging. this diagnosis applies to map sensors that produce an analog voltage signal. with the ignition switch on, backprobe the 5-volt reference wire and connect a voltmeter from the reference wire to ground.
    NOTE Manifold absolute pressure sensors have a much different calibration on turbocharged engines than on nonturbocharged engines. Be sure you are using the proper specifications for the sensor being tested. If the reference wire is not supplying the specified voltage, check the voltage on this wire at the computer. If the voltage is within specifications at the computer, but low at the sensor, repair the reference wire. When this voltage is low at the computer, check the voltage supply wires and ground wires on the computer. If these wires are satisfactory, replace the computer.
    With the ignition switch on, connect the voltmeter from the sensor ground wire to the battery ground. If the voltage drop across this circuit exceeds specifications, repair the ground wire from the sensor to the computer.
    Backprobe the MAP sensor signal wire and connect a voltmeter from this wire to ground with the ignition switch on. The voltage reading indicates the barometric pressure signal from the MAP sensor to the computer. Many MAP sensors send a barometric pressure signal to the computer each time the ignition switch is turned on and each time the throttle is in the wide-open position. If the voltage supplied by the barometric pressure signal in the MAP sensor does not equal the vehicle manufacturer's specifications, replace the MAP sensor.
    The barometric pressure voltage signal varies depending on altitude and atmospheric conditions. Follow this calculation to obtain an accurate barometric pressure reading:
    •Phone your local weather or TV station and obtain the present barometric pressure reading; for example, 29.85 inches. The pressure they quote is usually corrected to sea level.
    •Multiply your altitude by 0.001; for example, 600 feet X 0.001 = 0.6.
    •Subtract the altitude correction from the present barometric pressure reading: 29.85 - 0.6 = 29.79.
    •Check the vehicle manufacturer's specifications to obtain the proper barometric pressure voltage signal in relation to the present barometric pressure.
    Barometric pressure voltage signal specifications at different barometric pressures. To check the voltage signal of a MAP, turn the ignition switch on and connect a voltmeter to the MAP sensor signal wire. Connect a vacuum pump to the MAP sensor vacuum connection and apply 5 in. Hg (127 mm Hg) of vacuum. On some MAP sensors, the sensor voltage signal should change 0.7 to 1.0 volt for every 5 in. Hg (127 mm Hg) of vacuum change applied to the sensor. With 5 in. Hg (127 mm Hg) of vacuum applied to the MAP sensor, the voltage should be 3.5 volts to 3.8 volts. When 10 in. Hg (254 mm Hg) of vacuum is applied to the sensor, the voltage signal should be 2.5 volts to 3.1 volts. Check the MAP sensor voltage at 5-inch (127-mm) intervals from 0 to 25 inches (635 mm).
    If the MAP sensor voltage is not within specifications at any vacuum, replace the sensor. To check a MAP sensor with a lab scope, connect the scope to the MAP output and a good ground. When the engine is accelerated and returned to idle, the output voltage should increase and decrease.
    Trace of a normal MAP sensor. Courtesy of Progressive Diagnostics--WaveFile AutoPro. If the engine is accelerated and the MAP sensor voltage does not rise and fall, or if the signal is erratic, the sensor or sensor wires are defective.
    If the MAP sensor produces a digital voltage signal of varying frequency, check the 5-volt reference wire and the ground wire with the same procedure used on other MAP sensors. The map sequence below shows a typical procedure for testing a Ford MAP sensor, which has a varying frequency.
    Follow these steps to test the MAP sensor voltage signal:
    •Turn off the ignition switch, and disconnect the wiring connector from the MAP sensor.
    •Connect the connector on the MAP sensor tester to the MAP sensor.
    •Connect the MAP sensor tester battery leads to a 12-volt battery.
    •Connect a pair of digital voltmeter leads to the MAP tester signal wire and ground.
    •Turn on the ignition switch and observe the barometric pressure voltage signal on the meter. If this voltage signal does not equal specifications, replace the sensor.
    •Supply the specified vacuum to the MAP sensor with a vacuum pump.
    •Observe the voltmeter reading at each specified vacuum. If the MAP sensor voltage signal does not equal the specifications at any vacuum, replace the sensor.
    If a special map tester is not available, the sensor can be checked with a digital multimeter (dmm) that measures frequency. connect the meter to the map sensor. measure the voltage, duty cycle, and frequency at the sensor with no vacuum applied. then apply about 18 in. hg (457 mm hg) of vacuum to the map. observe and record the same readings. a good map will have about the same amount of voltage and duty cycle with or without the vacuum. however, the frequency should decrease.
    Reaction of a good Ford MAP sensor with vacuum applied. Reproduced with permission from Fluke Corporation. Normally a frequency of about 155 Hertz is expected at sea level with no vacuum applied to the MAP. When vacuum is applied, the frequency should decrease to around 95 Hz.
    A lab scope can be used to check a Ford MAP sensor. The upper horizontal line of the trace should be at 5 volts and the lower horizontal line should be close to zero.
    A good Ford MAP sensor signal. Check the waveform for unusual movements of the trace. If the waveform is anything but normal, replace the sensor.
    Testing A Ford MAP Sensor
    •Remove the MAP sensor's electrical connector and vacuum hose.
    •Connect the appropriate connector of the MAP sensor tester to the MAP sensor.
    •Connect the remaining tester connector to the MAP sensor's electrical connector.
    •Insert the voltage terminals of the MAP sensor tester into the test lead terminals on a DMM; make sure the polarity is correct.
    •Observe the MAP sensor barometric pressure voltage reading on the voltmeter.
    •Compare this reading to the specifications.
    •Connect a hand-operated vacuum pump to the MAP sensor and apply 5 in. Hg to the sensor.
    •Observe the sensor's voltage signal on the voltmeter. Compare the reading to specifications.
    •Apply 10 in. Hg to the MAP sensor.
    •Observe the voltage reading now and compare this to specifications.
    •Increase the vacuum to the MAP sensor so that it now has 15 in. Hg.
    •Observe the voltage reading now and compare this to specifications.
    Art courtesy of Delmar - Thomson Learning. •Increase the vacuum to 20 in. Hg.
    •Observe the voltage reading now and compare this to specifications. If the voltage signals from any of the tests do not match specifications, the MAP sensor needs to be replaced.
    •Disconnect the tester and reconnect the electrical connector and vacuum hose to the MAP after you have completed your testing.

  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Oct 15, 2010

    To replace a manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor:
    •Locate the sensor.
    •Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    •Unplug the wiring harness and vacuum hose.
    •Unscrew the two screws holding the sensor in place.
    •Reverse the procedures to install a new sensor.



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  • bunniehall Oct 15, 2010

    we have been told that there is no MAP sensor on this car? what is happening is that when you drive down the road, you lose power but never stalls out but will not regain speed. It has a Mass Airflow sensor, does this take the place of the MAP

  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Oct 15, 2010

    OK, if the car has no M.A.P. sensor, then the M.A.F. sensor takes the place of it, but sometimes they have both to regulate on different years, I'm not sure about that.



    If the parts store says it doesn't have it, then I guess it doesn't, but I looked the information up on the Autozone.com site, and there apparently is one for that 1994 Lincoln Town Car.


  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Oct 15, 2010

    The Mass Air Flow Sensor is located:


    Under hood, driver side, upper engine area, mounted on air intake duct hose


  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Oct 15, 2010

    You're right, in the component locator of my online resource it does not list a M.A.P. sensor, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have one as I found the part listed for the 1994 LIncoln Town car of your engine size of which there is only one.



    If you look around long enough you will find it, I'll bet, as M.A.P. sensor data is important for basic automobile emission control in case the M.A.F. sensor goes bad.


  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Oct 15, 2010

    The technician working on the car should look for both, but if missing the M.A.P. sensor it's not a big deal.

    Also, to test the M.A.F. sensor at idle, hit it once or twice with your hand (it's in the big plastic tube). If it stalls, then you know the M.A.F. sensor must be replaced to improve driveability.

    That's a trick I learned from Sears Roebuck

  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Oct 15, 2010

    Good luck on this repair, as M.A.F. sensors go bad more often than M.A.P. sensors ever did.

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