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Old 06-10-2003, 07:52 PM   #1
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Default Check Engine: Not enough volts to the computer

Went and had they free Autozone test and they said that it was someting to do with the computer not getting enough volts. Any ideas on how to get rid of the light or fix the problem?
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Did you record the code number?
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Sorry don't remember the #........ :(
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Does your SES light stay on all of the time?
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Yep....been on for a few weeks now.
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Test your voltage when the engine is warmed up and tell us what it is at idle and at 2000-2500 rpm.
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Found the code:

P0107
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That'* what I got - Low voltage from the MAP sensor circuit. I would need to look at a copy of the 96-99 service manual to tell you exactly what the problem is. Didn't someone else have a similar problem lately?
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