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small-list-digest Monday, September 27 1999 Volume 03 : Number 250



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In this issue:

FTE Small - MAP Sensor Question
Re: FTE Small - MAP Sensor Question
FTE Small - ADMIN: Web site updates
FTE Small - Re: David....
Re: FTE Small - MAP Sensor Question

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Date: Sun, 26 Sep 1999 19:23:31 -0500
From: "C R Blanchard"
Subject: FTE Small - MAP Sensor Question

I just ran through the Test Code retrieval on my 88 Ranger with 2.9 engine.
I had the following codes.

O (KOEO)
22 - MAP Sensor out of Range
122 - Throttle Position Sensor below minimum voltage

R (Running)
12 - Cannot control RPM during high rpm test
73 - Insufficient TP change during Dynamic Response Test
74 - Brake On/Off (BOO) circuit failure (What in the world is this??)

Any ideas on these would be appreciated, however, my main question is the
location of the MAP sensor. In my book (Haynes Ranger & Bronco II, 83-92)
it shows the MAP Sensor as a cylindrical device mounted on the sidewall of
the engine compartment by the AC/Heater fan. I cannot find it anywhere over
there.

The closest thing I found with both an electrical and vacuum connection that
could be a MAP sensor was a flat 2"x3"(approx.) object mounted on the top
center of the firewall. Is this it? If not, where is it??

Thanks for your help.

Rick



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Date: Sun, 26 Sep 1999 21:38:39 EDT
From: ROlson1039 aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE Small - MAP Sensor Question

if the tps has not enough voltage to it, and youre getting a problem with
that code 73 and that 122 , If im not mistaken another TPS will cure both of
them.
Im not sure about the location of the MAP sensor, but your local dealer would
probably show ya where it is if you have a chance to run it past them.
as for that Brake on off thig id ask the dealer too cause Ive never heard of
such a thing
Let us know on list please.. we're never too old to learn, and with these new
fangled computer systems.. the more knowledge ya get the better
Bob
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Date: Sun, 26 Sep 1999 21:47:46 -0400
From: Ken Payne
Subject: FTE Small - ADMIN: Web site updates

The Ford Truck Enthusiasts web site has been updated.

Pictorial section has the following new trucks:
1999 F150
1992 F150
1988 Bronco II
1986 Ranger 4x4
1978 F150
1973 F100

Links Updated:
Misc. Truck Section

New Tech Article
Every once in a while we get an article submission that is
truly exceptional. List member Greg Carter has given us just
that! Check out his "1991 Ford F-250 Build-Up" article in
the tech articles section of the web site covering the
rebuild of a Dana 60 including Detroit Locker and its
installation into a F-250, IFS to Solid front axle, rear disk
brake conversion for the Ford 10.25 full float axle, MileMarker
Winch, power steering pump, and front bumper. Greg will soon
be sporting a free FTE t-shirt!
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Date: Sun, 26 Sep 1999 22:50:50 -0700 (PDT)
From: Renate Pitrof
Subject: FTE Small - Re: David....


all the good advice and answers that you have posted
to the list in the past, second I worked at a Ford
assembly plant for 31 years and I think you have a
legitimate complaint, go get them. Hans>>

I wholeheartedly agree... couldn't have said it better
myself. David always helps when someone has a problem
and I'm glad we have someone like him on this list.
Renate
'99 Ranger XLT 4x4 SC




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Date: Sun, 26 Sep 1999 22:57:01 -0700
From: clayton Nichols
Subject: Re: FTE Small - MAP Sensor Question

122,12,73 codes should be cured by installing a new Throttle position senor, its
an easy instalation. I also have an 88 Ranger with the 2.9 engine, and mine is
going too.

C R Blanchard wrote:

> I just ran through the Test Code retrieval on my 88 Ranger with 2.9 engine.
> I had the following codes.
>
> O (KOEO)
> 22 - MAP Sensor out of Range
> 122 - Throttle Position Sensor below minimum voltage
>
> R (Running)
> 12 - Cannot control RPM during high rpm test
> 73 - Insufficient TP change during Dynamic Response Test
> 74 - Brake On/Off (BOO) circuit failure (What in the world is this??)
>
> Any ideas on these would be appreciated, however, my main question is the
> location of the MAP sensor. In my book (Haynes Ranger & Bronco II, 83-92)
> it shows the MAP Sensor as a cylindrical device mounted on the sidewall of
> the engine compartment by the AC/Heater fan. I cannot find it anywhere over
> there.
>
> The closest thing I found with both an electrical and vacuum connection that
> could be a MAP sensor was a flat 2"x3"(approx.) object mounted on the top
> center of the firewall. Is this it? If not, where is it??
>
> Thanks for your help.
>
> Rick
>
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