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MAF or MAP or both?? Where is it?? Engine hesitation.
#747879 May 01st 2019 4:55 am
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'87 G20 305 TBI. I dont think it has MAF sensor., but maybe a MAP?? Has to have at least 1, right?? Where at?? Im getting some hesitation on takeoff and sometimes while highway cruising. Idles fine and no stalling. Just thought I start there I guess. What else should I look into regarding the engine hesitation??
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Re: MAF or MAP or both?? Where is it?? Engine hesitation.
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No MAF with GM TBI.

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Hi Chevydude,

PN 16017460 1987-90 MAP sensor

Bolted to a bracket on the passenger side of the motor between the throttle body and the valve cover. MAP sensor is mounted outboard side of the bracket, EGR solenoid is mounted inboard on the throttle body side.

A visual check of all vacuum lines, hoses, electrical connections, wiring, is a good place to start. Then troubleshooting. TPS? Other sensors? Air filter? Warm air blend door? Injectors clogged? Timing, and Tune? Not necessarily in that order...
Any chance of restriction in the exhaust? might check, but probably something simple. Fuel pump at the worst. Good wrenching in there!


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