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Old 01-02-2012, 08:10 PM   #1
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Default where does map sensor vac line plug into??

title says it all! i got a vacuum diagram but its not really helping me as to where the map sensor gets its vacuum from...anyone???
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Th vacuum source for the MAP is under he upper intake.
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MAP = speed density setup
BAP = Mass air setup

MAP = Manifold Air Pressure
BAP = Barometric Air Pressure

The sensors themselves are the same internally. The BAP has a little plastic thing over the port so a vac line won't fit on it but again they are interchangeable.
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