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Another code has shown up, a P0106 and I have no idea how to fix it. I think the code has something to do with the MAP sensor but I'm not sure. What really has me confused is that the MAP sensor is on the fuel tank instead of on or near the intake manifold like everyone says it should be. Could someone please confirm where the MAP sensor is at and what it looks like.
 

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Re: Check engine still on after replacing map sensor code p0106 Quote Post by tarekaziz » Mon Apr 24, 2017 4:05 am For those who get a 'Check engine light ' with DTC P0106 after changing or disconnection of battery should do the following steps:
1) Disconnect the negative connection of the battery
2)Clean the throttle body thoroughly with throttle body cleaner (this is needed in order to recalibrate the IDLE position which has been lost due to battery disconnection)
3) Reinstall back all the intake ducts which were removed and check again that there are no intake leaks or pipes open.
4)Connect the battery back again.
5)Start the vehicle and let it IDLE for 10minutes.( Don't press the accelerator or REV up the engine in these 10minutes because the computer is learning the IDLE position ).
6) Finally when the TPS has learned it's idle position there should be no DTC output for MAP sensor.

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I would guess that the 4244 jpg is the one. I would think the manifold absolute pressure would be attached to the manifold.

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Thank you nstoolman1 for that information.

I reset the computer and did the 10 minute idle and everything seams to be working OK, and no C.E.L. so far. I'll post if it happens again.
 
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