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MAP sensor is on thepassenger side firewall, over the HVAC components, look for a vacuum line going to it. I'll see if I have a pic handy...


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Is there supposed to be grease where the TFI mounts to the Dist?
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there ya go


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Thermal compound, or thermal grease yea, it's to help keep the TFI cool. The compound aids in heat transfer to the distributor.


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How do I check the voltage, same way I did the coil wire?
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Voltage Ref should be 5 volts, nevermind on the ground wire...


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So touch POS to REF then NEG to GRD?
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Yep, should get 5 volts, I believe.


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Okay, I'll try if it will start tomorrow.
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I just got through starting it again and checking the MAP sensor, it read 4.93v to the MAP sensor and the hose had no leaks.

Dad wants to know what exactly thats for, I have no clue.


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