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Automotive glossary: What is a Manifold Absolute Pressure or MAP Sensor? (Abbr.: MAP)

Definition of Manifold Absolute Pressure: A way to determine the by injection engines needed amount of fuel, is to gauge the pressure in the intake manifold. The absolute pressure is measured by a pressure sensor, and the mass of fuel to be supplied is being determined by the engine control unit accordingly.

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