2009 Hyundai Sonata Map Sensor

Where is the MAP sensor on a 09 Hyundai Sonata?

The sensor is on the surge tank of the intake air manifold and held by two 10mm hex bolts. via

How do I know if my MAP sensor is working? (video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGQaB7HG9Ic

Does a MAP sensor throw a code?

First, you can check for codes, but like we just said, many times a failing MAP sensor won't throw a code until it has died altogether. via

Does a new MAP sensor need to be programmed?

Each sensor therefore needs to be Calibrated - it needs to be programmed into the ECU what the pressure reading is at a low point around 0 Volts, and at a high point around 5 Volts. via

How much does it cost to replace a MAP sensor?

The sensor itself will cost you anywhere from $30 to $200, depending on your vehicle and if you use OEM or aftermarket parts. If you go to a mechanic or dealership to have the MAP sensor replaced, tack on another $40 to $60 or so in labor cost. via

Can MAP sensor cause no start?

your car fails to start: the engine's computer uses the map sensor to gauge atmospheric pressure before the engine is started. a false reading could cause too much or too little fuel to be delivered to the engine. both conditions could keep it from firing up. via

Can a MAP sensor cause stalling?

An inaccurate reading from the sensor will cause the computer to change the amount of fuel it sends, which can rob the engine of power or cause it to run poorly. If there's less fuel entering the engine, performance will obviously suffer, but it can also cause the engine to stall and cause a major safety issue. via

How serious is a P0106 code? (video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7cjbS5B6OI

What causes a MAP sensor code?

The source of the problem is that the MAP sensor range voltage output is incorrect and out of the programmed input required by the ECU. The most common problem is an air intake system vacuum or intake hose being loose, cracked, or missing it's plastic fittings and clamps. via

How do you calibrate a new MAP sensor?

  • In the Top Left box of the MAP HRT table, double click it, and type 0.631, press enter.
  • In the Top RIGHT box of the MAP HRT table, enter 40, press enter.
  • In the second row, on the left, enter 4.914, press enter.
  • In the second row, on the right, enter 304, press enter.
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    Will MAP sensor cause misfire?

    Misfires occur when the combustion inside the engine cylinder fails. This can happen due to a wrong air-fuel mixture or a bad spark. A MAP sensor may actually cause the air-fuel mixture to become so bad that you may notice misfires. via

    How do you test a MAF sensor? (video)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4U_CGkS8ag

    Do MAF and MAP sensors work together?

    Some cars have both MAP and MAF and use the MAP to fall back on if the MAF fails. on cars with both map and maf the pcm will also use the map sensor to check the egr and other rationality checks. via

    Does MAP sensor affect fuel mileage?

    Excessive fuel consumption

    A MAP sensor that measures high intake manifold pressure indicates high engine load to the PCM. This results in an increase of fuel being injected into the engine. This, in turn, decreases your overall fuel economy. via

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