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1989 chevy surburban

I can not keep my suburban running , it will not start at all with the vaccum hose hooked up to the map sensor, but you take it off it runs ok for just a bit, but not enough to drive,

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  • logan3770 Jun 10, 2008

    it is a new one, but thank you, had it tested and everything, and it has a new computer, also

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I think map sensor is faulty

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