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Old 11-06-2015, 07:48 PM   #1
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Default MSPNP Pro Bad MAP sensor?

My read out for the map sensor is bouncing around 16-4 Kpa with out the vacuum line attached. there is no change when it is attached to the car.
my car will fire up sputter and die.
I thought i may have been a clogged line so i disconnected it and nothing.
anyone else seen this / have a suggestion for fix?
Should i send it in for repair?
this is currently my only car so kinda really sux.

I have been extremely happy with my PNP Pro until this happened.
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Old 11-09-2015, 05:04 PM   #2
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Try recalibrating the sensor under Tools -> Calibrate MAP/ Baro. If that doesn't fix it, check to be sure the internal / external MAP selection jumper isn't loose.
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Old 11-10-2015, 12:29 AM   #3
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so installing new firmware brought the map sensor back but now i have a bunch of errors. attached is my tune from before this all went side ways.

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40 Warnings:
Warning: Parameter in .msq, but not valid for current firmware: No options found for Bit EcuParameter:tsw_pin_f equal to the proposed Digital In 4
Warning: Parameter in .msq, but not valid for current firmware: No options found for Bit EcuParameter:tsw_pin_s equal to the proposed Digital In 4
Warning: Value in .msq '"TPSdot"' for parameter: EAElagsource is of a type that is not compatible with the current firmware.This will be ignored, please correct manually.
Warning: Value in .msq '"Off"' for parameter: boost_ctl_settings_initialvals is of a type that is not compatible with the current firmware.This will be ignored, please correct manually.
Warning: Value in .msq '"Basic"' for parameter: boost_ctl_settings_tunemode is of a type that is not compatible with the current firmware.This will be ignored, please correct manually.
Warning: Parameter in .msq, but not valid for current firmware: No options found for Bit EcuParameter:ac_idleup_io_in equal to the proposed Digital In 4
Warning: Value in .msq '"Basic"' for parameter: boost_ctl_settings_tunemode2 is of a type that is not compatible with the current firmware.This will be ignored, please correct manually.
Warning: Parameter in .msq, but not valid for current firmware: No options found for Bit EcuParameter:vss_opt4 equal to the proposed Digital In 4
Warning: Parameter in .msq, but not valid for current firmware: No options found for Bit EcuParameter:ltt_but_in equal to the proposed Digital In 4
Warning: MSQ Units Mismatch for tc_minmap! kPa found in current configuration, % found in MSQ, values were not converted to new units.
Warning: Parameter in .msq, but not valid for current firmware: No options found for Bit EcuParameter:shift_cut_in equal to the proposed Digital In 4
Warning: Parameter in .msq, but not valid for current firmware: No options found for Bit EcuParameter:dualfuel_pin equal to the proposed Digital In 4
Warning: n2o1_time array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
rescaled .msq values to match configuration.
Warning: n2o1_rpm array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
rescaled .msq values to match configuration.
Warning: n2o1_duty array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
rescaled .msq values to match configuration.
Warning: n2o1_pw array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
rescaled .msq values to match configuration.
Warning: n2o2_pw array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
rescaled .msq values to match configuration.
Warning: n2o1_retard array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
rescaled .msq values to match configuration.
Warning: n2o2_time array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
rescaled .msq values to match configuration.
Warning: n2o2_rpm array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
rescaled .msq values to match configuration.
Warning: n2o2_duty array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
rescaled .msq values to match configuration.
Warning: n2o2_retard array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
rescaled .msq values to match configuration.
Warning: launch_time array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
rescaled .msq values to match configuration.
Warning: launch_retard array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
rescaled .msq values to match configuration.
Warning: psEnabled array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
noSizeMutation set for parameter values transfered to new array size where possible.
Warning: psCondition array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
noSizeMutation set for parameter values transfered to new array size where possible.
Warning: psCondition row:0, col:48, Invalid value: 0.0, Set to the 1st valid value: 60.0
Warning: psCondition row:0, col:49, Invalid value: 0.0, Set to the 1st valid value: 60.0
Warning: psCondition row:0, col:50, Invalid value: 0.0, Set to the 1st valid value: 60.0
Warning: psCondition row:1, col:48, Invalid value: 0.0, Set to the 1st valid value: 60.0
Warning: psCondition row:1, col:49, Invalid value: 0.0, Set to the 1st valid value: 60.0
Warning: psCondition row:1, col:50, Invalid value: 0.0, Set to the 1st valid value: 60.0
Warning: psConnector array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
noSizeMutation set for parameter values transfered to new array size where possible.
Warning: psConnector row:48, col:0, One or more value below minimum: 0.0, Set to the minimum value: 32.0
Warning: psInitValue array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
noSizeMutation set for parameter values transfered to new array size where possible.
Warning: psPortValue array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
noSizeMutation set for parameter values transfered to new array size where possible.
Warning: psOutSize array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
noSizeMutation set for parameter values transfered to new array size where possible.
Warning: psOutOffset array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
noSizeMutation set for parameter values transfered to new array size where possible.
Warning: psThreshold array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
noSizeMutation set for parameter values transfered to new array size where possible.
Warning: psHysteresis array size does not match the currently loaded configuration,
noSizeMutation set for parameter values transfered to new array size where possible.
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Old 11-10-2015, 12:47 AM   #4
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Got it started for about 10 minutes then the sensor went back to reading 7.8 kpa constantly
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Old 11-12-2015, 05:12 PM   #5
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all jumpers are glue in place from the factory.
the sensor calibration was set correctly. I changed it and changed it back but the was no effect.
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Old 11-12-2015, 08:33 PM   #6
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Sounds like a fault in the sensor itself then. Send email to [email protected], and one of my guys will get you squared away.
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Thanks Ben. I have contacted your support email. I think i was talking with you actually.
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Old 01-31-2016, 09:03 PM   #8
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just got my PNP back from DIY. it took the post office 2 weeks to deliver a 2-day express.
everything seems to be up and working now. thats for the warranty repair of the MAP sensor you guys are great.
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