Guides 2003-2008 Honda Accord Diesel I-CTDI MAP (Mass Air Pressure) Sensor Clean

Chassis codes: CN1 and CN2, Engine codes: N22A1

  1. Accord_N22 Top Contributor ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

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    2003-2008 Honda Accord Diesel I-CTDI MAP (Mass Air Pressure) Sensor Clean - Chassis codes: CN1 and CN2, Engine codes: N22A1

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  2. Nighthawk Guest

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    Quick one mate - I thought having oil on the MAP sensor gave false readings or is that an error in the DIY?
     
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    Thats only the o-ring being lubed to aid reassembly not the actual sensor being covered in oil.
    I am sure you could use a thin smear of silicone grease or similar to aid reassembly if oil worries you?
     
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  4. Nighthawk Guest

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    Doesnt worry me in the slightest - the DIY states to put oil on the sensor wire. Just checking to see if thats what was meant to be written or not
     
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    I don't see where the Guide says to apply oil to the wire, I can see that it says to lube the O-Ring but thats it?
     
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  6. Nighthawk Guest

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    Step 9

    "Make sure the oil does drip onto the yellow/orange component"

    That normally causes false readings
     
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    Ah I see, well spotted Typo.
    Pretty sure it should say Doesn't or Does Not.
    My fault I didn't see that missing N and apostrophe T
     
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    Totally agree mate. I think its a typo....just alerting the OP so someone doesnt put oil on there
     
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    I agree, I would recommend use of a non flowing lubricant in that instance, a very light smear of grease would be preferable in my view to avoid any possibility of contamination.
     
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  10. Accord_N22 Top Contributor ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

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    Well Spotted Nighthawk :Smile:
    Just goes to show people do actually read these guides :Laughing:
    Apologies, indeed a typo.

    Now amended.
     
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