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Po108 code on my 2005 freestar, Check engine light on, Yes,

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Po108 code on my 2005 freestar
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Customer: Check engine light on
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Customer: Just the code po108. Map sensor
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Chris (aka- Moose) replied 1 year ago.

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This code normally ends up being the EGR systems module faulty. This part is on the intake manifold, transaxle side, radiator side.

  1. Verify 5 volts on the Brown/White wire with the key on.
  2. Check for ground on the Gray/Red wire.
  3. Check the Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) output on the White/Orange wire. This will vary in voltage from about 4.0 volts Key On Engine Off (KOEO) and about 1-1.4 volts at idle.
  4. If the voltage is not in spec, check the White/Orange wire for a short or break between the EGR and pin 9 of the PCM.
  5. If the wire is OK, replace the EGR system module.

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