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This is a discussion on MAP sensor cleaning within the F150 Ecoboost Maintenance forums, part of the F150 Ecoboost Garage category; Originally Posted by rbrown Maybe it was that the f150 has 3 bar MAP sensors available and they are the same in reality but they ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbrown View Post
    Maybe it was that the f150 has 3 bar MAP sensors available and they are the same in reality but they say they aren't compatible by part number? That's all I got man, no clue. Looking into new maps at TB and Manifold very shortly. Actually curious if there is anything to be gained going 3BAR since I am moving tons of air, but I'm still below what is required to need a 3 BAR map. I have seen guys swap to them when they had upgraded turbos and pushing hard, but was it snake oil or was there real benefits
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    Looking at this one, it doesn't seem all that gunked with stuff...just a light coat of oil. On this one on ebay, it looks like there is a film between the filaments that is hard.

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    If it was 2 bar it could only see to about 15psi of boost, or 29 psi absolute. I know I've seen 20 psi of boost on datalogs so it's gotta be 3 bar, or at a minimum 2.5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mass-hole View Post
    If it was 2 bar it could only see to about 15psi of boost, or 29 psi absolute. I know I've seen 20 psi of boost on datalogs so it's gotta be 3 bar, or at a minimum 2.5.
    Same. Used to see 22psi with old tune. Haven't seen over 21 with the current company...typically hovers between 17 and 19

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    Quote Originally Posted by milesej05 View Post
    Same. Used to see 22psi with old tune. Haven't seen over 21 with the current company...typically hovers between 17 and 19 Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
    It is not a 3 bar sensor. Here are the part numbers.
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    Not sure where you're going with that..9F479 is part of a part number for a 3 bar MAP?? The F150 does have a 3bar..it appeared early like maybe they didn't but they do indeed


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    Hi guys. I just checked and cleaned all three. The one on top of the intake under the plastic shield is quite brown and wouldn't go white with the maf cleaner. Do you think it's toast? Truck is a 2012 with 97,000 km. Runs great. Thanks for responses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darreli View Post
    Not sure where you're going with that..9F479 is part of a part number for a 3 bar MAP?? The F150 does have a 3bar..it appeared early like maybe they didn't but they do indeed Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    9F479 I agree is part of the part number. Based on the shop Manuel and cross referencing to a tuners website, it is not a 3 bar map sensor.

    This image of this part/labor data page for service is from my 2013 shop manual includes updated info thru most of 2014.

    Upgrading to a 3 bar OEM MAP sensor also requires a tune rev. When did they change our oem MAP sensor to 3 BAR? My manual is updated to include all chabges and TSB's up to 10/18/14.
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    Hmmm...Ill have to double check now with my tuner..you have me second guessing myself. I guess it could be a 2.5 bar. You would definitely need a tune revision to change to a "higher bar MAP" it's common for SHO crowd to change out to a 3 bar, I did that early on in my SHO back in 2011 when I did the methanol. I was almost certain the F150s were 3 bar already. Btw, thanks for the inspiration..I was originally planning on running a tune only on my truck..it currently getting tuned after methanol, downpipes and a new CAC


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    Quote Originally Posted by darreli View Post
    Hmmm...Ill have to double check now with my tuner..you have me second guessing myself. I guess it could be a 2.5 bar. You would definitely need a tune revision to change to a "higher bar MAP" it's common for SHO crowd to change out to a 3 bar, I did that early on in my SHO back in 2011 when I did the methanol. I was almost certain the F150s were 3 bar already. Btw, thanks for the inspiration..I was originally planning on running a tune only on my truck..it currently getting tuned after methanol, downpipes and a new CAC Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    Cool man!! Sounds like it should be kick a$$. Good luck and have fun with it

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