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13 May 2019 16:23 #29614 by A93320336@gmail.com
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Good day

I have hyundai elntra 2009 1.6

Dear i need to understand map

I have map no mas
And fuel term is lean 14 at ideal
And ok when accelatore

It same as mas mean leak
Or map is not effect by intake leak

My RPM is 500

And it seem it misfire at ideal

My throtter is .3v at ideal

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15 May 2019 15:03 #29678 by chief eaglebear
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we need a little more info it sounds like you have a vacuum leak

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16 May 2019 00:31 #29693 by Andy.MacFadyen
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Just checking the map reading at key on engine off will usually tell if you have a bad map sensor. At key on engine off it should read atmospheric pressure at your location.

As already posted by others an engine running lean at idle but less lean higher up the rpm range is usually a vacuum leak. MAP engines are less sensitive to vacuum leaks than MAF engines but are still affected.

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