P0107 Code (Symptoms, Causes, and How to Fix)

P0107 code

If one were to compare vehicles of yesteryear, to more modern releases that have hit the market over the past decade, they would likely notice a number of discrepancies between the two. Perhaps the most noteworthy of which includes the implementation of modern computer-integrated control systems, beneath a vehicle’s hood. Today’s ultra-modern vehicles no longer … Read more

P0108 Code (Symptoms, Causes, and How to Fix)

P0108 code

Cars, trucks, and SUVs utilize a network of control modules, sensors, and wiring to enable a host of self-diagnostic capabilities. This “network” makes it possible for today’s engines to operate with a much higher degree of efficiency than previously possible. As such, engines now idle smoother, produce more power, and operate with minimal emissions output. … Read more

7 Symptoms of a Bad MAP Sensor (and Replacement Cost)

bad map sensor symptoms

A MAP sensor, or manifold absolute pressure sensor, is a type of engine sensor that measures the amount of air pressure present in a vehicle’s intake manifold. This pressure reading is used along with engine speed (measured in revolutions per minute, or RPM) to determine engine load, which allows the vehicle’s engine control unit (ECU) … Read more

P0106 Code (Symptoms, Causes, and How to Fix)

P0106 engine code

The P0106 code indicates that the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor has been triggered. This sensor problem is common in cars with high mileage (100,000 miles or more). The MAP sensor controls a broad range of systems in your vehicle. If it’s faulty, the engine won’t run right, and it can cause serious drivability issues.  … Read more