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Old 08-02-2007, 11:57 PM   #1
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What is triggering it off. It says theres low signal to MAf sensor. I pulled it using a Snap-on scanner. What would be the remedy.
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From Techinfo for 2000-2005:
DTC P0108 Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Circuit High Voltage

This could mean a few different things. If could mean a bad sensor, bad ground or some other minor issue.

First things I'd try would be to search the club for P0108. I did a quick one and it appears that once the suggestion of fixing vaccum leaks is made, there are no more responses. Like this one
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ighlight=p0108

If that doesn't work.. look over the wiring, ensure the sensor is plugged in.. maybe remove the sensor and ensure nothing is clogging it or the pcv.
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A couple of common leak points are in the line coming off from the FPR. Check those well, including right at the MAP sensor.
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I have the same code showing on my car, p0108, its a low voltage code for my maf sensor not my map sensor. The car runs fine except when its cold it stalls out once or twice. im assuming the warming element for the maf sensor wires is bad. Ive tried cleaining the maf sensor the code is still there. I'm just going to replace the sensor
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That code is for the MAP, not the MAF. Here'* detailed information on it.
P0108
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everytime i run the codes p0108 says low voltage MAF input
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I don't know where you are "running" your code, but do a Google search on DTC P0108, see what you find.
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i have some friends that run some autozones and the first time i threw the code it came up for the MAF sensor and now i have my own scanner and its coming up the same, weird.
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I used a Snap-on scanner....it is the Mass air flow sensor......low voltage.
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