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    I Have a 1990 S1 405
    Can anyone help here ? I'm going thru the process of trying to get it to idle at the correct RPM.
    Currently minimum idle is 1000rpm - when cold - even with the Supp Air Device blocked off, but when hot goes to 1300.

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    Supp Air Device has been cleaned and 12v seems to close it after about 5 minutes. So I'm assuming it's OK.

    But I can't locate the Manifold Absolute Pressure ( MAP) sensor.
    Haynes manual says on the "right hand side valance"..
    Does it connect to the manifold via a hose or is it actually screwed into the manifold ?
    Where too from here ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulRoper
    I Have a 1990 S1 405
    Can anyone help here ? I'm going thru the process of trying to get it to idle at the correct RPM.
    Currently minimum idle is 1000rpm - when cold - even with the Supp Air Device blocked off, but when hot goes to 1300.

    Supp Air Device has been cleaned and 12v seems to close it after about 5 minutes. So I'm assuming it's OK.

    But I can't locate the Manifold Absolute Pressure ( MAP) sensor.
    Haynes manual says on the "right hand side valance"..
    Does it connect to the manifold via a hose or is it actually screwed into the manifold ?
    Where too from here ?
    I didn't think they had one. Later XU10J2 engines do. Yours should have an air flow meter to sense engine load.

    The SAD only operates during and for 30 sec. after starting, normally.

    They idle better at 1000RPM.
    Last edited by PeterT; 22nd January 2004 at 08:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterT
    I didn't think they had one. Later XU10J2 engines do. Yours should have an air flow meter to sense engine load.

    The SAD only operates during and for 30 sec. after starting, normally.

    They idle better at 1000RPM.
    Thank goodness - that explains why it can't be found

    So the SAD should shut almost instantly ??? - within 30 seconds ???

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