if it has a 3.3 there is no map sensor
The map sensor is on the air intake line to the throttle body....
The map sensor on a 1990 Ford 5.8 EFI Bronco is on the passenger side. It is located on the firewall.
The PCV valve is located under the MAP sensor on a 1990 Pontiac Grand Prix. The MAP sensor is in the upper plenum.
After consulting several sources, someone finally called a local Buick dealer who informed me that a 1990 LeSabre does NOT have a map sensor, it was the Mass Air Flow sensor that needs replacing.
On the firewall on the pass side.
The map sensor is located on the fire wall towards the passenger side right under the wind shield.
It uses a MAP sensor.It uses a 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
Sounds like you might have a bad map sensor, i don't know if a 1990 would have a MAF sensor or a MAP sensor I would assume MAP.
On my 1990 the crank sensor is behind the vibration dampner. I just replaced it last week.Cost $35.00 at Auto Zone. Just be careful because you have to align the veins on the back of the dampner to go in between the grooves of the sensor.
You want to look on the intake manifold on the Jeep Wrangler.
a map sensor is a manifold absolute pressure sensor.
That year did not have a MAP sensor.
Small black box mounted onto the throttle body.
Did they replace the MAP sensor? If not, good chance there's your problem.
there is no map sensor on it
No map sensor is manifold absolute pressure sensor and tps throttle position sensor
Yes there is a Map sensor.
no MAP sensor, just mass air flow sensor
where is map sensor on a 1999 cavalier