this is where it is...UNDER HOOD, CENTER, REAR ENGINE AREA, MOUNTED ON AIR INTAKE MANIFOLD.
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it is located on the front of the intake on the left side down towards the bottom of the intake.
how to replace a map sensor on a 2004 dodge intrepid.
Map sensor circuit voltage highMap sensor circuit voltage high
can you tell me were the map sensor
You can not prevent a sensor from failing.
Not very well.
It does not have a MAF, it uses a MAP (manifold absolute pressure) sensor.
p0108 is map sensor signal high. Replace map sensor
in the air box
ck for vacuum at map sensor hose, if it is vacuum present replace the map sensor.
No vacuum change at the MAP sensor.
the map sensor is located on top the intake manifold and reads off map sensor just disconnect wire then get a Philips screw driver and take off then replace and put back on
Replace sensor and clear code.
Your sensor is part of the MAP sensor which is located On the SOHC look behind and to the left under the top radiator hose you'll see the wires going into a fitting. On the DOHC it's to the right of the oil dipstick under the fuel rail.
The Dodge Neon does not have a MAF (Mass Air Flow) Sensor. It does, however, have a MAP (Mass Air Pressure) sensor located on the intake manifold between the two left runners.
Don't think yours will have a MAP sensor. It will have a MAF sensor, and it is attached to the air filter housing.
Check all your wiring for your map sensor, if ok replace the map sensor.
Get a tune-up ... change plugs, etc etc. The MAP sensor was probable only part of the problem.
There would be no reason to replace it unless it is not working.
The map sensor is easy to replace. It is right under the air cleaner I believe. # Remove the air cleaner. # Take out mounting screws. # Disconnect nipple hose and cable. # Reverse directions for new map sensor.
Yes it is on passenger side on back side of the intake manifold
It uses a MAP sensor.It uses a MAP sensor.
Change in MAP sensor reading beyond limits.
If the vehicle has a missfire or is hard onstarting the problem may be the MAP sensor To determine if this unit is faulty follow the following instructions Remove the existing MAP sensor and replace with a new one If the fault is cured then the MAP sensor was the problem If not start to replace all fuel system components one at a time until the problem is cured
you prob. have a bad map sensor. to test map sensor, put the + lead from a dc meter on the center wire that hooks up to the map sensor and the - lead to ground, you should get a reading between .5-4.5 volts any thing below or over map sensor is bad