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Old 08-01-2003, 01:53 AM   #1
Unsung Boxer
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Default SAFC Map Sensor Reading: 760?

my Map sensor always reads -760mmHg. It never changes. this is of course according to my SAFC. what is wrong w/ it? My MAF sensor reading seems to be fine. I am wondering if i hooked something up wrong w/ the SAFC, or when i put the motor in. It runs fine w/ no CEL's.

also keep in mind i have a 98 2.2L
-Jake
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Old 08-01-2003, 07:33 AM   #2
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Jake

If you hooked your S-AFC like mine, you didn't hook up to the MAP at all. In fact, you can't hook up both the MAF and the MAP at the same time, its one or the other IIRC.

On a sidenote, I got my turbo running now, its not finished so to speak but it does run...fast. Even at 4psi and no tuning its scary. I can't wait till I get the injectors in, and the intake and exhaust finished so I can run 10 or more...woah baby. Drop me a line too, I need to talk to you about your pipes.

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