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Where is the map sensor on the ke tx3 turbo 4wd,the location/or baro meter?

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I missed the code # - it was P0108

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SOURCE: (map) Manifold Absolute Pressure

INTAKE MANIFOLD GASKET VERY COMMON ON THESE VEHICLES,

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SOURCE: where is the map sensor

Under hood, center, front engine area, mounted on driver side lower front of engine

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

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SOURCE: MAP sensor Location

Its located on the intake manifold near the goooseneck

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SOURCE: the code po 107 comes up on my 98 cavalier.

try first to clean the carbon clog on map sensor port, and the air ducking in trothle body

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Where is the MAP /BARO sensor located on a 1985 Buick Electra ?


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I suggest you check the parts catalogue for your model to ensure it actually uses a MAP before you begin searching for it.

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What does the code PO106 for a 2001 Mazda MPV 2.5liter engine mean.


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Where can I download a workshop service manual that works for a ford laser 89 ke tx3 turbo


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What is fault code P0069 in car thanks


Trouble Code:
System:
Subsystem:
P0069 - (ASE)
Powertrain
Fuel & Air metering, Auxiliary emission controls

DTC Description: Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Barometric Pressure (BARO) Correlation

P0069 Description Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP)/Barometric Pressure (BARO) Correlation is the generic definition for the P0069; however your vehicle's manufacturer may have a different definition and information for the P0069 code.


Read more: http://www.engine-codes.com/p0069.html#ixzz47thnToR7
P0069 Manifold Absolute Pressure Barometric Pressure Correlation

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Mapping codes P0107, P2263 & P2227 come up on scan tool what are these codes relating too? Ford Ranger 2008 not 2004 3.0 4 door


code p 0107 refers to manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor /barometric pressure (BARO) sensor --low input ====causes --wiring short to ground ---MAP sensor ---BARO sensor ---ECM
code p 2263 refers to turbo charger (TC) boost pressure /supercharger (SC) boost pressure ---performance problem====causes --mechanical fault
code p 2227 refers to BARO sensor -range / performance problem===causes wiring --- BARO sensor --- ECM
I would be testing the BARO sensor for a problem as it is listed for all 3 codes
if you don't have such a sensor you have a MAP sensor which is reading in the same area so test that as well

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2002jeep 4.7 dont have proper voltage at map sensor wiring good changed ecm still nothing


02 GC 4.7L V8. KEY ON< or RUNNING? we cant guess that.
why not post the symptoms, so we can REALLY HELP YOU.
GOT DTC's what are they,. scan it yet, if not?, why not scan it.?
my guess is you are working FSM free? none.?
MAP. (manifold air pressure or BARO) top front of intake plenum man.

2 fuses drawing, what does that mean?
all fuses draw current.
why not post symptoms, ???????????

the fsm shows the MAP readings and vacuum and voltage output
chart, the MAP is BARO SENSOR, CALLED A 1 BAR BARO.
in simple terms it measures plenum vacuum and the PCM injects
based on that and on IAT plenum air temperatures.
with 2 sensors this engine measure AIR flow through the system.


the PCM creates 5vdc called 5vREF. The PCM has a regulator inside
the PCM to creates 5v, for the 4 external sensors.
TPS, MAP, Crank and Cam sensors. all run off 5vdc power.

YOUR map has 3 pins,
1 blk /Lb is ground from PCM. (black, light blue?)
2- output color DG/RD (darkgreen-red) bingo, sensor output.
3- orange, 5vdc all time key on.

weather and altitude changes MAP readings. ask for the rules.

Baro means barometer.
its and electronic barometer. or Baro for short.

here is cheat sheet (HG is standard mechanics, vacuum tool called relative vacuum )
The voltage is inversely proportional to Vacuum. (relative)
HG " volts. (DMM backprobing conn.)
0 = 4.8v
5 = 3.9v
10 = 3.1v
15 = 2.1v
20 = 1.1v
up to
hard
vacuum
28"HG = 0.5 (radical deceleration, in gear, throttle cut, down hill)


http://troubleshootmyvehicle.com/chrysler/3.9L-5.2L-5.9L/how-to-test-the-map-sensor-2

do not use my numbers as verbatim, get your own FSM
and see the chart for your sensor on your engine.

keep in mind the ECU provides the ground to this sensor.
so measure ground on the sensor to the battery, minus.
should be less than 0.5vdc.
then measure 5v, on the 5vdc pin, yes, good.
then output,
this is the correct order, sensors can not run, with bad power.
period.

does engine run?
dose enigine pull (hand gauge) 20"HG it idle, if way lower, there can
be burned intake valves.. if the vacuum pulsed badly that too
is bad valves. the ECU can not run a bad engine., not that bad.
The ecu can only compensate for normal wear, not dead cylinders.

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OBD code po108. RPMs erratic and engine surging at idle


code po108 refers to manifold absolute pressure ( MAP) sensor/ barometric pressure (BARO) sensor---high input====causes--wiring short to positive---MAP sensor---BARO sensor---ECM
Check the MAP sensor first and replace if necessary

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Get codes p0068 and p0108


codes p0068 refer to Manifold pressure sensor/mass air flow sensor--throttle position correlation--causes ---wiring---map sensor---maf sensor--mechanical fault.
code p0108 refers to manifold absolute pressure(map) sensor/barometric pressure (BARO) sensor--high input. causes ---wiring short to positive---map sensor---baro sensor---ecm.

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I took my car to get an emission and the P1105 code occured. MYcar is a 1997 nissan maxima.


P1105 = MAP/BARO Pressure Switch Solenoid Valve

The problem is in the map sensor circuit, it could be solenoid valve. Check the vacum line that goes to the MAP sensor.

From the B14 Factory Service Manual, has a procedure for checking the MAP/BARO solenoid valve when P1105 is tripped. It is rather complex, and you will need a volt meter, but...

1- Warm up the car and pull the vacuum hose connected to the MAP/BARO switch solenoid with the engine idling. There should be vacuum there (~ -20in Hg). If NG, replace the hose.
2- Check the vacuum hose between the Absolute Pressure Sensor and the solenoid for splits/cracks and clogging (blow through it).
3- With the engine off, disconnect the solenoid electrical connector. Turn the ignition switch on. Check the voltage between terminal 2 (brown wire) and ground. It should be 12v (battery voltage). If no voltage, check the 10a fuse #21.
4- Check Absolute Pressure Sensor. Remove the sensor with its wiring connected. (Located near the top of the firewall next to the cruise control actuator [disk-shaped on a bracket]). Remove the hose and turn the ignition on. Voltage between terminal #2 (white wire) and ground should be 3.2-4.8v. Apply a vacuum to the hose and the voltage should be 1-1.4v lower than the first reading. If NG, the sensor is bad.
5- Check the solenoid. Remove the solenoid electrical connector and hoses and check the air passage continuity by applying 12v to the connections. With 12v on, there should be continuity between the two close hose connections, and no connection between the lone connector and the double connection closest to it. With no voltage applied it should be the opposite (no continuity between the close ones, and continuity between the far one and the closest double one). If NG the solenoid is bad.

I hope this help.

Aug 18, 2010 | 1997 Nissan Maxima

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