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2007 Ford Ranger 3.0L Diesel. Limit 2200 rpm thus no power

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2007 Ford Ranger 3.0L Diesel. Limit 2200 rpm thus no power during acceleration. P0107. cleared but keeps returning as soon as it is cleared.
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Australia Car
Expert:  pETER replied 10 months ago.

code description is manifold absolute pressure sensor circuit, this sensor provides information to the computer about charge pressure, without it computer disables turbocharger boost, check wiring going to it, if its ok most likely its MAP bad sensor. if you have simple obd2 scanner you can view life data to confirm life reading from sensor, key on engine off should give you atmospheric pressure reading so around 1 bar or 14,7 psi when you start it up should increase whit rams, also if codes came back right away means sensor circuit is open, and there will be no change in data

Customer: replied 10 months ago.

where is it located and what does it look like?

Expert:  pETER replied 10 months ago.

ill send u diagram in couple minutes,

Customer: replied 10 months ago.

Also pin voltage read out at the sensor connector

Customer: replied 10 months ago.

Are you still there

Expert:  pETER replied 10 months ago.

hi, sorry I didn't get back to you yesterday, I was out of the shop already,

Customer: replied 10 months ago.

Ok, it's too late now, the car is not in my position anymore. Thank you

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