His Ranger has done almost 40,000 k, my BT only has 22,000 on the free bonus no deposit casino usa clock.
My Mazda dealer is always very helpful and they know that I'm extremely fussy.
You need a clean MAP (boost) sensor for this to function correctly.He was amazed to see that amount of carbon on the MAP, the car is only 2 years euro king casino online old.Re: Daihatsu.8L TD similar engine to toyota.8L?2kelpies wrote:Holy crap I just had a look at the MAP sensor and it was like pulling out a black cotton bud.Ask any old Daihatsu owner and they will testify to the strength and reliability of this engine.
In short a perfect 4WD engine.
This is why they gave the MAF sensor a learning function.
I'm not sure why they do historisches casino bad kissingen this instead of just giving it a clean.
Thanks for the tip.Glad to have helped, jaytee.It doesn't take long before this builds up, as you have just seen for yourself.I gave it a good clean and am trying the battery disconnect as well.The Map had a thick coating of carbon on it and you couldn't even see the element.Hi 2kelpies, in order for the car to run at its optimum, the PCM (powertrain control module) needs accurate information (data) from its sensors.The interesting thing about the MAF is that it only ever gets very fine particles of dust on it, under normal driving conditions.I have noticed that my turbo doesn't boost as high now that I have cleaned the sensor.The MAP however gets covered with oil vapours from the crankcase ventilation and carbon from the EGR.But that's the nature of a diesel engine, heaps of power and loads of soot.
Haven't owned a 2WD since 1982.
Basically the computer reads the values at three different minimum engine speeds 750, 1850, 2500 rpm.
The BT50/Ranger uses a Variable Geometry Turbocharger, which controls the boost pressure in the inlet manifold, by adjusting the blades on the turbo.