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I need to replace my map sensor will this cause the car to jerk??

I had a motor mount replaced and the dogbone.. car was put on machine map sensor came up will this cause the car to jerk??

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It could.
The map sensor measures engine vac and sends data to the computer to help regulate fuel mixture.
The sensor would need to be tested before you replace it. The code does not mean the sensor has failed.

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