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Thread: 2002 SUZUKI AERIO SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT stays on. IMPORT MECHANIC PLEASE HELP !!!

  1. #1 2002 SUZUKI AERIO SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT stays on. IMPORT MECHANIC PLEASE HELP !!! 
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    I have a 2002 Aerio, Suzuki with 87,320 miles on it. SERVICE ENGINE SOON light stays on. Brought to AutoZone & it read that it needed a NEW MAP SENSOR. Put the Map Sensor in & STILL the service engine soon light stays on.

    Had a diagnostic done, & it read ... LOW VOLTAGE TO THE MAP SENSOR. ?? The mechanic explained that the air flow is off, which inturn is causing the fuel intake to be off as well. It is not knowing how MUCH fuel to give when I step on the accelerator. It dies & chugs. No pick-up !! SLUGGISH !!

    PLEASE HELP !! I don't have the money to bring it to a dealership to fix it right. Without my car, I haven't been able to drive to my work. I haven't had income. I TRULY need a GOOD HEARTED angel to help pay for the repair/PART to get me back on the road to start making money again. Very Desperate !! TY.
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    What the hell... no one is going to give you money..
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    I've been told this many times but after staring at diagrams with my tester in hand for a few hours all I was able to accomplish was sticking the leads against my head and finding that nothing registers...
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    Or even help working on it..
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    Low voltage to the MAP sensor means more than likely one of the wires or connections involved in the circuit is problematic.When voltage is sent down a wire,a certain amount of voltage drop is expected because of the natural resistance of the wire.When a wire has a bad connection or some type of restriction in the wire (corrosion) low voltage is the result because of high resistance.Good luck fixing it.
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    find the power wire for the sensor. Then cut that wire and run a new one to it from a known good power.


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