Isn't there still a map sensor?I think everyone is confused because USDM turbo motors all have MAF and no MAP, and as far as I can tell that is also true in the UK.
That's my mistake. I misread. RockAuto is a great site for a stupid large selection of OEM replacement parts either way.Thanks for your reply McBill, your link was perfect, if I was looking for a Mass Airflow Sensor.
I'm looking for a MAP (Manifiold Absolute Pressure) sensor. So searched the same company and they have some and they list the part number
I tried Denso and apparently they don't make the part for that particular model.
So thanks for your help people, i think I got there in the end.
It is in the manifold before the uppipe - there is an access panel behind the front passenger wheel. You need an O2 removal tool (like a socket with a split down the side) you can rent from the auto parts store because of the wires coming out of it. PB blaster is your friend there, well ahead of time. It isn't really that hard to do, but if it were me I'd disconnect it and see what happens first. The MAF definitely swap.Fault codes found by the AA patrol were as follows
fault code/s:System : Engine control - 07X / MPI 2.0 Status 0244 - Turbocharger wastegate solenoid A. Error Message : Outside specified range. Error static. Status 0108 - Intake manifold absolute pressure sensor A. Error Message : Signal too large. Error sporadic.
Can you tell me where the o2 sensor is as I can barrow the MAF and the 02 off my brothers car to see if that's the problem