I would like any advice anyone can offer. I was having a
stalling problem and when cold in the morning the car would start and
then die out. Now I have disconnected the map sensor and the car seems
to run fine. I know its not good to leave the map disconnected but
does it seem like I found the problem? Before when driving, the car
would lose rpms and want to stall and die out in traffic. Now it seems
the idle is ok. So does it sound like the map is bad? I did a code
check before and didn't get any codes .
leaving anything disconnected will cause a problem... the engineers that
designed the engine had the map sensor in there for a reason... if it
still runs when its disconnected you are just buying time... get it
fixed. go to a shop, with the questions you ask i dont think you will be
able to fix it or if so will not know if its fixed or not..not trying to
be sarcastic, just telling you how it is.... if you want it done right
then bring it someplace to get fixed.. hope this helps.
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