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Old 06-10-2011, 10:30 AM
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map sensor location/help

wheres the map sensor at on a 95 F150 302? I was on fullsizebronco today and yesterday and they have an excellent writeup on redoing the vacuum lines. one part of it however was running a new line from your map sensor to the vacuum tree. they had a very nice picture but it looked like their engine bay and mine was different. does anyone have a picture of what their map sensor looks like? i think where mine is it had a heat shield type material covering it and when i pulled it off it had a plastic box covering and a line coming up out of the top of it. should that be it?
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Your truck is MAF, not Speed Density therefore you do not have a MAP/BAP sensor. After 1994 Ford figured out the MAP sensor was not that useful when using MAF so they eliminated it.
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Old 06-10-2011, 11:21 AM
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Oh. Maybe thats why i couldnt find it lol.
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ok well my next question is what is this and is it really necessary?

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the bronco guys have theirs set up alot differently and when i redid mine this is the way mine was setup so i just redid it the same way.
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That is a quick disconnect for the vacuum lines. No it is not necessary, you can bypass it by running the vacuum lines from the vacuum tree on the manifold to each device.
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