It is on the passenger side inner fender almost directly behind the engine mount on that side.
The MAP sensor is located on the passenger's side strut tower. There is a solenoid connected to it by a short piece of hose, and a hose runs from that solenoid to the intake. The MAP sensor will have a 3-pin electrical connector on it.
Its on the logic module (near the bottom) behind the passenger side kick panel.
The MAP sensor should be on the firewall just above the brake booster.
It is mounted underneath a bracket in front of the alternator on the side of the intake manifold.
No such part on a 1993 Cummins
WWW.MOTORCRAFT.COM shows remanufactured AIR MASS SENSORS ( mass air flow sensors ) for the 3 available engines on your 1993 Ranger , there are no listings for a MAP sensor
It uses a MAP sensor.It uses a MAP sensor.
does not have one just a map sensor
It depends. If the sensor is working, just reset the computer. Otherwise you have to change the sensor.
one of the map sensor or vacuum switch.
The MAP sensor on my 93 Honda Accord is located in the emission control box mounted, on firewall near fuse box...
The MAP Sensor is on the back side of the engine, toward the top-middle. There should be a bracket w/ a hose coming out of the center. The MAP Sensor should be just to the left of the hose (Passenger Side).
The sensor will be mounted to the side of the intake manifold below the PCV valve
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.
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
a map sensor is a manifold absolute pressure sensor.
check oxygen sensor or map snesor, they are notorious for going out!
under the silver engine cover ...next to fuel regulator
Yes it is on passenger side on back side of the intake manifold
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
if it has a 3.3 there is no map sensor
That year did not have a MAP sensor.
there is no map sensor on it