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2011 QUBO MUltijet

Hi, Iím new, I have read various threads on Fault codes, I bought a OBD11 meter and the fault is the MAP sensor, can anyone please tell me where it is located, a picture would be a great help?
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Hi, Iím new, I have read various threads on Fault codes, I bought a OBD11 meter and the fault is the MAP sensor, can anyone please tell me where it is located, a picture would be a great help?
Hi.And welcome

Look the code up here on FF

It will give you the FIAT definition..as opposed to the default VAG one ..

Probably find a couple of relevant repair threads.. as the 1.3 motor is popular in the 500 and Grande Punto.

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Re: 2011 QUBO MUltijet

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Hi, Iím new, I have read various threads on Fault codes, I bought a OBD11 meter and the fault is the MAP sensor, can anyone please tell me where it is located, a picture would be a great help?
The MAP sensor is fitted to the inlet manifold on back of engine. It just bolts to the manifold. Not for Qubo or 1.3 but this guide may help

https://www.fiatforum.com/grande-pun...placement.html


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Thank you, I will have another look for it over the Christmas break.
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Re: 2011 QUBO MUltijet

Do you know if you have to remove the plastic engine cover to see and change the MAP sensor?
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Do you know if you have to remove the plastic engine cover to see and change the MAP sensor?
Have a look at the parts views ..

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The MAP sensor is fitted to the inlet manifold on back of engine. It just bolts to the manifold. Not for Qubo or 1.3 but this guide may help

https://www.fiatforum.com/grande-pun...placement.html



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Re: 2011 QUBO MUltijet

I don't know on the Qubo for sure, but for every other Fiat I've looked at, yes you have to take the cover off.

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Re: 2011 QUBO MUltijet

The cover is held by pipes from the air filter box (which is part of the cover) and rubber pull out socket and pips. It takes a little courage but assuming you notice pipes or stray wires stopping you it can simply be pulled up and off.
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The cover is held by pipes from the air filter box (which is part of the cover) and rubber pull out socket and pips. It takes a little courage but assuming you notice pipes or stray wires stopping you it can simply be pulled up and off.
Thank you for all your advice, at last I located the MAP censor on the back of the QUBO engine and replaced it, I reset the OBD lights, and touching wood my daughters car is running fine again.
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