I installed a air intake system for my 2005 ford escape 4cyl 2.3L. For some reason the engine light turned on. I took it to get it checked and they told me that the mass air sensor went bad or the map sensor. But when i had my regular stock system on the engine light never came on till now. I don't know whats wrong.
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M.A.P. Sensor Operation: Measures intake manifold vacuum pressure to help control the air and fuel mixture and timing. Contains a pressure-sensitive element that connects to an electronic circuit, generating a signal that changes with pressure changes in the manifold.,all you do is unplug ,old one and remove the screws or small bolts and replace and plug in new one ,be sure to clear computer before running. if this helped please let me know .
I had something similar and when all was said and done I found mice had crawled up into my air intake and were living in my dash chewing on my electrical wiring harness. I thought my car was posessed by ghosts or something.
There is not moving part in or near the intake.
Could it be a small backfire?
Clean the intake with carb cleanier.
Use a bottle of yellow HEET dry gas / fuel dryer to remove moisture in your fuel tank.
I had 2005 Escape 3.0L with same problem. Official Ford repair procedure is to First disconnect the battery. Now remove the passenger side tire and axle shaft. The entire
shaft from the wheel to the transmission. Now remove the belt and
you can remove the alternator from under the truck. This
whole job is a lot easier with a lift but still possible on the ground. , but I found a video showing how to remove from behind the engine near firewall. It was a tight fit and had to loosen upper air intake plenum but to me easier than pulling axle. Took me 12 hours but I am slow & careful.
Two different problems. PO113 is a code for the intake air temp sensor. The sensor could be bad or could be another problem. The normal test is to take a scanner and "read" the air temp coming from the sensor. It should be around same as the outside air temp.
well if you mean iat it is part of the masflow air sensor system witch is on the air intake system may be in witch is hooked to the air cleaner box should round tube with wires going to it any way the code you posted is not right hope this helps
Intake air temperature sensor faulty. Depending on what engine, may be in side of air cleaner or air intake hose , or may be part of the MAF (mass airflow ) sensor. You can try cleaning MAF with tuner cleaner from radio shack or TV repair place.
the manufactor puts a sticker on the passengers side rear door with recommended tire pressure.if you want a smoother ride then decrease the rear tires by 2 lbs,so if the front is supposed to be 35 lbs,put 33 lbs in the rear.try to keep the 2 rear tires the same exact and the two front the same to keep the tires from wearing un-even..unless you have a air pressure monitor in the system that lets you know when your tires need air,this way feels better.The reason for the difference from front to back in pressure is because of the weight of the engine.