the map sensor is closely related to the throttle position sensor, it is usually located on or close to the throttle body.
OBD 0068 indicates a fault in the MAP throttle position sensor.0068 indicates a fault in the MAP throttle position sensor.
The throttle position sensor, map sensor and idle air control valve are all located on the throttle body.
Trouble code P1121 means: Throttle Position Sensor A Inconsistent With MAF/MAP Sensor
First off it is a throttle body not a carburetor.The item on the rear is the idle air control motor (IAC). The sensor on the driver side is the throttle position sensor (TPS). The sensor on the front is manifold absolute pressure sensor (MAP).First off it is a throttle body not a carburetor.The item on the rear is the idle air control motor (IAC). The sensor on the driver side is the throttle position sensor (TPS). The sensor on the front is manifold absolute pressure sensor (MAP).
Assuming you mean the throttle position sensor. The throttle position sensors tells the engine computer when the throttle position has changed, it adjusts fuel flow to match the throttle opening. If the throttle position sensor fails then the engine computer has to depend only on the MAP sensor to define air flow thus how to adjust the fuel flow. I would expect then that response time would be slower than when the throttle position sensor works correctly. On a Chevy Celebrity it might also turn on the check engine light and post either a code 21 or a code 22.
its either the throttle position sensor or the map sensor.
the map sensor is on the outside of the throttle body.
the map sensor is located on the air intake manifold on the left side under the throttle position sensor on the 2.2 4 cyl. motor.
Trouble code P0121 means: Throttle Position Sensor Voltage Does Not Agree With Map Sensor
I had the same problems and it was 3 sensors gone bad. Map sensor, Throttle position sensor and mass airflow sensor. Have those checked out by a reputable mechanic 1st.
on the side of your throttle body dont confuse your map sensor they look the same
The map sensor is on the air intake line to the throttle body....
The ignition timing is not adjustable. It is controled by the computer and is a result of inputs from several sensors including TPS (throttle position sensor) and map (manifold absolute pressure) or maf (mass airflow sensor) and engine speed from the crankshaft position sensor and engine position from the camshaft position sensor.
It doesn't have a MAF sensor, the Map sensor is on the front of the throttle body.
The map sensor is located on top of your throttle body. If u have stock or after market intake that is connected to the throttle body right on top of the throttle body there is a black sensor and it will say map sensor Hope this helped
on the throttle body there are 2 sensors opposite the throttle cable. the one more towards the front is the TPS sensor (throttle position sensor) it has a 3 pin connector running into it and the sensor right behind it is the MAP sensor* (manifold absolute pressure sensor) and it has a 4 pin connector running into it. *data is wrong. That is the IACV, Idle Air Control Valve, also known as the Idle Air Control Motor or Idle Speed Motor. The MAP Sensor is located on the front of the intake, next to the Idle Air Temperature Sensor.
Do you mean the IAC valve? It is locsted on the throttle body. Remove air cleaner housing and you will be able to locate 3 sensors there. The MAP sensor, TPS (throttle position sensor) and the IAC valve. The IAC is located closest to the throttle cable. Good luck!
I had the same problem, so I changed the throttle position sensor and the camshaft sensor as well...it worked for me, hope it works for you too. also change the map sensor that was the reason the light was on
Your car doesn't have one but it does have a map sensor (pretty much the same thing). Its near the intake manifold by the throttle body
Map sensor is located on the hose going from the filter box to the throttle body. There is only one sensor in that area.
The MAP sensor is on top of the throttle body. as you are looking at the engine from the front of the car, it is on the right side of the engine. The sensor says "MAP Sensor" on the top of it. very convenient.
That engine does not have a MAF. It uses a MAP sensor which is mounted on the front of the throttle body.That engine does not have a MAF. It uses a MAP sensor which is mounted on the front of the throttle body.
The map sensor measures intake manifold vacuum . The signal is varied from high to low, this voltage signal change along with the throttle position sensor,vehicle speed sensor, o2 sensor, the computer uses the signals to vary injector pulse width.
A 99 civic actually doesn't have a mass air flow sensor. It uses a Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) sensor and the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) instead to determine how much air is entering the engine.