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Old 06-19-2016
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Default Correct MAP sensor part number (NAPA)

Ok I need help. I decided to put in a new Map sensor. After about 30 minutes at the NAPA counter I got part number 2-1961
Installed it and left the yard this am .
Now I have a check engine light and only 10 lbs boost.

Engine should be making 23 or so .

Can anyone verify the Napa number for a 8V92DDEC2 please.
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Try this one...works on my 8V82 DDEC I.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/GM-2-BAR-MAP...9UsoAz&vxp=mtr
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That one looks right to me.
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i did a post a while with part numbers an research if you want to find it Sir..

a correct unit will let that 8/v fly!!!!!
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Make sure sensor isn't cracked on back (inlet) side. Happened to me. Brand new. Leaked right from factory. Same symptoms too.
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my 94 required part #12219935 3 bar map sensor
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Check this one out:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Detroit-Dies...BXTZIy&vxp=mtr
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