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Old 06-10-2006, 03:40 PM   #1
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where does the vacumn hose from the map sensor go to. thnks
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If you look real closely, it appears that the vacum line connected to the MAP sensor works it way back to the boost control solenoid. Check it out.
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yea thats where it leads but I guess Ill take a better look thnks.
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deuce, what year/trim level do you have? Please put that info in your signature. I'm assuming you have a VIN 1 engine. (SSEi)
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it should be in my sig. now thnks
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i think its too short to reach the boost control selenoid. i cant find anywhere where it would pug into the selenoid. thnks
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maybe its the the map sensor. it is in the rear of the engine on a bracket bolted to the valve cover in the rear. I had to remove it to replace the rear valve cover gasket. Its black about 1.5 x 3 inches and has a blue three pronb plug that plugs into the side and the vacumn hose comes out of the bottom. thnks
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maybe its the the map sensor. Its black about 1.5 x 3 inches and has a blue three pronb plug
That is correct, what you describe is the MAP sensor.
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Try to keep this problem in one spot. Thanks.

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