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Old 08-12-2011, 04:50 PM
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IM STUCK!! CEL P0107

Hey coal rollers! I'm having an issue that is driving me nuts, I'm not sure if it's a coincidence or not but I recently installed an edge tuner on my 07 6.0 and things were great until I started playing with parameters. I am now getting a CEL that won't go away even when I restor the tuner to it's default settings and run in stock mode. The CEL is P0107 BARO/MAP sensor low voltage, I also noticed that my dash boost gauge isn't working, it will work for a few min hear and there but the majority of the time it's dead. The boost gauge on the edge is working however. Can anybody help me with ideas, connections maybe?? I'm lost! Thanks in advance for your help it is very much appreciated.
Brian
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Old 08-12-2011, 05:06 PM
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Pull the hose from the map sensor put a regular pressure gauge on it have someone boost it while you stand next to it. Should (stock) build up to 20psi depending on how hard you are on the brakes. Id allow it to burnout shortly. 10 seconds or so in first gear auto or stick. IF the turbo is building boost and coordinates with edge or whatever chip you have, then you just check the connection to the map sensor and if its good inspect the conectors female and male ends. Then if need be replace the sensor.
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Old 08-15-2011, 07:27 AM
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Thanks for the feedback! Im pretty sure its boosting fine truck seems to run like normal besides maybe some delayed "or defueled" shifts. Ill test that out tonight and let you no what i find. Any ideas regarding the boost gauge, do you no if the dash gauge is some how connected to the MAP sensor? Since both problems occurred at the same time... Thanks again for the help it REALLY appreciated...

On another note Ive been reading other posts and Ive seen the word PCM thrown around a lot should i consider this a possible issue as well?

-Brian
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Old 08-25-2011, 08:48 PM
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Hey guys! Bad news I'm boosting as normal and replaced the MAP sensor, still dash boost gauge is not working and the CEL is thrown at every start up. Any other ideas? I'm completely lost... Thanks for your help in advance!

Update, anyone familiar with the Baro Sensor? From reading other forums it works directly with the MAP sensor, should i consider that a possible culprit? Thanks again!

-Brian

Last edited by USR_BS; 08-26-2011 at 07:09 AM. Reason: found more info =)
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