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Re: Zen engine bay
|10th August 2017, 17:46||#497|
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These sensors normally don't fail.
The sensor costed me 3800 (in 2012), it was difficult to procure.
But the new sensor did not solve the problem.
I guess, Zen does not have mass air flow sensor.
Can you share the symptoms?
Its easy to diagnose MAP sensor with a multi-meter, please refer the manual for the voltage values.
Attached is the parts list for all maruti vehicles, along with the price(its an old doc, prices quoted are incorrect, but will give you a rough idea about the cost)
Attaching the workshop manual for your reference.
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