In this video I’ll show you how to use scan data and service information to diagnose a P0106 MAP/BARO Pressure Circuit Out of Range code on a 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer. Reading and understanding the code information, as well as the Snap-On Troubleshooter, were key in repairing this fault. I also demonstrate how to safely clean an electronic throttle body, a very common feature on modern vehicles of all makes. This false MAP sensor trouble code caused by a dirty throttle body in not unique to the Trailblazer. I have also seen this problem with other model GM vehicles as well.

Engine Performance Diagnostics chapter 20 pages 2 - 4, 12-14

symptoms 50

  • check engine light (P0106)
  • possible low idle, stalling

fix 50

  • cleaning and relearning the electronic throttle body

test shown enh 50

  • using service information and flow charts to understand PCM code set criteria and diagnostic strategies
  • using scan data to identify a dirty electronic throttle body
  • inspecting and cleaning an electronic throttle body
  • causes of a false MAP sensor trouble code

Tools used

  • scan tool
  • shop rag and carburetor/intake cleaner

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Playlist

(Chapter 20) Idle Speed Problems and Testing

Related videos:

Chapter 20 “Idle Speed Controls - preview (an SD Premium video):

P0506 IAC System RPM below expected (vacuum leak) - Ford:

False mass air flow/idle control system codes - vacuum leak - Pontiac:

How to test an idle air control valve (IAC) using a Picoscope - Ford:

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