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Help, Truck runs like it used to with map unplugged.

I have inherited my fathers truck and have been fixing a lot of things on it. Now, this is where I'm confused I knew the truck's map sensor had been unplugged for awhile now it doesn't go into limp mode nor does it roll smoke. But it does go limp with it plugged in. I know the map is bad however what doesn't it go limp without it?
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I just went out and Messed with the truck a bit. With the map sensor plugged in I tried line locking it and let the turbo spool up it wont go over 2000rpm with it unplugged it will reach about 3200 this was warm but not operating temp.
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Help, Truck runs like it used to with map unplugged.

If its unplugged, doesn't it just use a default value similarity like if you unplug the icp?


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I was just a bit fuzzy, due to the different posts about unplugging it an black smoke rolling and I was curious to why mine wasn't if it was unplugged.
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So should I replace it or just leave it as is.
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It's probably bad, i paid 105 for mine from advanced. And i think it does go to a factory seeing in the ecm if it's unplugged

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