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Old 05-07-2009, 08:24 PM
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In my battle against my rough idle was just wondering what the symptoms of a bad MAP sensor might be and how it might affect drivability,

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On a 95 CPI motor, the MAP sensor is used with the IAT data and engine RPM to calculate the engine's mass air flow rate. This is called the speed density method of fuel injection operation.

It is possible it is affecting your idle, but that is a topic for your other thread specifically on that subject.
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