Manifold Differential Pressure Sensor
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BWD Manifold Differential Pressure Sensor

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CARQUEST by BWD is an aftermarket leader, providing a premium line of engine management products. BWD manufactures and distributes high technology critical components for late model domestic and import vehicles. BWD is constantly evolving to give customers the competitive edge they need to compete in today’s ever-changing marketplace.

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  • As a global manufacturer, Our has complete control of the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product
  • Our manufacturing process includes extensive use of robotics for precision assembly
  • 100% product in-line and end-of-line inspection from raw material to packaging of finished product
  • Our MAP sensors are engineered for precision performance, durability and a long service life
  • Featuring the broadest sensor coverage in the market, we meet the service professionals needs with the highest quality product every time he opens the box
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Connector Gender:Female (1)
Terminal Gender:Female (1)
Terminal Quantity:3

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  • Q:

    i asked if this sensor is located on a bracket with the coil on the 87 camaro
    Asked on 1/2/2011 by Anonymous

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      A:

      Yes, it is located on a bracket with the coil.

      Answered on 1/13/2011 by Parts Guru Geo from AAP
  • Q:

    is this the piece that would be mounted on a bracket on the passenger side toward the back of the intake near the distributor and this same bracket holds the ignition coil and another component on it....
    Asked on 1/1/2011 by Anonymous

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      A:

      In order for us to further assist you would you please provide us with the year, make, model, and engine size of your application?

      Answered on 1/2/2011 by Ron the Auto Parts Rebel from AAP
  • Q:

    How does the car run with a bad map sensor?
    Asked on 11/30/2009 by Austin210M. from San Antonio, Tx

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      A:

      Anything that interferes with the MAP sensor's ability to monitor the pressure differential may upset the fuel mixture and ignition timing. This includes a problem with the MAP sensor itself, grounds or opens in the sensor wiring circuit, and/or vacuum leaks in the intake manifold (airflow sensor systems) or hose that connects the sensor to the engine.

      Typical driveability symptoms that may be MAP related include:

      * Surging.

      * Rough idle.

      * A rich fuel condition, which may cause spark plug fouling.

      * Detonation due to too much spark advance and a lean fuel ratio.

      * Loss of power and/or fuel economy due to retarded timing and an excessively rich fuel ratio.

      A vacuum leak will reduce intake vacuum and cause the MAP sensor to indicate a higher than normal load on the engine. The computer will try to compensate by richening the fuel mixture and retarding timing -- which hurts fuel economy, performance and emissions.

      Answered on 12/2/2009 by Rob from Advance Auto Parts
  • Q:

    How does the run with a bad map sensor?
    Asked on 11/30/2009 by Austin M. 210 from san antonio tx

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      A:

      Anything that interferes with the MAP sensor's ability to monitor the pressure differential may upset the fuel mixture and ignition timing. This includes a problem with the MAP sensor itself, grounds or opens in the sensor wiring circuit, and/or vacuum leaks in the intake manifold (airflow sensor systems) or hose that connects the sensor to the engine.

      Typical driveability symptoms that may be MAP related include:

      * Surging.

      * Rough idle.

      * A rich fuel condition, which may cause spark plug fouling.

      * Detonation due to too much spark advance and a lean fuel ratio.

      * Loss of power and/or fuel economy due to retarded timing and an excessively rich fuel ratio.

      A vacuum leak will reduce intake vacuum and cause the MAP sensor to indicate a higher than normal load on the engine. The computer will try to compensate by richening the fuel mixture and retarding timing -- which hurts fuel economy, performance and emissions.

      Answered on 12/2/2009 by Rob from Advance Auto Parts
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