The best way to find out is go to your local auto parts store, ask for a haynes or chiltons manual on your vehicle. This will tell you everything you need to know about working on your vehicle. It is located near the intake manifold, it monitors manifold pressure. If it's the 3.1L engine, it's mounted to the rear of the intake manifold between the engine and the firewall of the vehicle. If you have a code setting for the map sensor, make sure the plastic lines that go to the sensor are not broken or disconnected first before buying any parts.
Where is the map sensor on a 2001 Buick Regal Ls
I have the same issue it is the map sensor
The map sensor on a 1991 cavalier is on the passenger side firewall towards the top.
where the map sensor on 98 blazer?
The map sensor for the 1991 Acura Legend is mounted on the firewall. It is in a box near the factory strut brace.
The 1991 Corolla does not use a MAF sensor - it is MAP based.
On a 1993 Buick Regal 3.1L, the PCV valve is located on the intake manifold. It is situated underneath the MAP sensor.
The 91 has the 4.6L engine and has a MAF sensor located just after the air filter box so it has no MAP sensor.
its on the firewall above the intake manifold
Where is the choke sensor on a 1991 Oldsmobile ciera 3.3L
Should be by the alternator in the back
It uses a MAP sensor.It uses a MAP sensor.
No vacuum change at the MAP sensor.
It sounds like the MAP sensor is bad. Make sure there is no cracks or holes in the vacuum line and if it is fine, replace the MAP sensor.
Trouble code P0108 means: MAP Sensor Circuit High Input
There would be no reason to replace it unless it is not working.
a map sensor is a manifold absolute pressure sensor.
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
No map sensor is manifold absolute pressure sensor and tps throttle position sensor
On the passengers' side of the car you'll have to lift the plastic cover over the engine and look at the MAP sensor located at the passengers' end of the plastic cover (black in color and held in place by plastic clips--making up the entire MAP sensor assembly). There are three wires connected to the MAP sensor. Remove the wire assembly first. The MAP sensor is removed by twisting it counter clockwise (a small pair of channel locks might assist in removing it). There is a large spring just under the MAP sensor that pushes down on the PCV valve. Remove the MAP sensor and spring and then you can access the PCV valve. You might need a pair of plyers to remove the PCV valve. Installation of the MAP sensor assembly is done by replacing the spring, putting the MAP sensor assembly on the spring, assure the assembly is in the counterclockwise position and twisting it clockwise to reinstall.
intake manifold vaccum leak
Yes there is a Map sensor.