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Vacuum hose take off for MAP sensor

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Chris V Spec
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Vacuum hose take off for MAP sensor

Postby Chris V Spec » Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:40 pm

Hi Guys

I just acquired an ME221 ECU as the first stage of making my little MX5 go a bit faster.

Installation looks quite straightforward but I have one question about running a vacuum hose to the MAP sensor on the ecu.

All the images I can find suggest there should be a spare outlet on the manifold but I don't seem to have one on my 93 1.8 Eunos.

I don't want to drill into the manifold right now to add a new one so I'm planning to put a Y connector into the existing evap solenoid pipe, can anyone see an issue with this?



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