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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-06-2010, 04:16 PM Thread Starter
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MAP Sensor Signals

What does the MAP send to the PCM as far as signals go? Is there a way to put a resistor in line to make the PCM think you are getting more boost and fuel a little more? Something along the lines of a 10k Mod

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Re: MAP Sensor Signals

0-5V sensor

0V output from sensor will cause check engine light.
5V output from sensor will cause check engine light.

You want the output to the PCM to be between .4 and 4.8 volts.

If you "fool" the PCM into thinking that the MAP is higher than actual, you will defuel at a lower actual boost reading.

I assume this is for your E99 truck.

If you had a 95-97 truck, the MAP output is frequency based and these tips wouldn't apply.

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