The OBDII Trouble Code P0107 / P0108 has to do with your vehicle’s Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor either having a short or an open condition, in which your ECU/PCM will not have a reference to the incoming air charge and how to run the motor naturally. This is where our How To Service Your MAP Sensor article comes in very handy.
Other codes that may relate to this issue are P1128 and P1129, MAP Sensor input too high or too low, respectively.
As your ECU is dependent on the data that the MAP sensor provides, most of the time your vehicle will be stuck in limp mode until you can take the vehicle to an experienced mechanic who can assist you in taking care of this issue. If you have tools and want to test / replace the MAP unit yourself, continue reading!
The P0107 OBDII Code for MAP Sensor circuit low input and the P0108 code can both be solved with this easy step by step guide on replacing your Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor. This means you’ll have to learn How To Service Your MAP Sensor to resolve your DTC P0107 Check engine light.
- Tip : Before ordering a replacement MAP Sensor, you will want to check the following steps to ensure that something else isn’t causing your OBDII code.
- Check Battery and Alternator Voltage – Often times low battery voltage can cause this code to trip, check your vehicle’s voltage.
- Check MAP Connector – Make sure the MAP sensor is connected and that there is no break or corrosion preventing contact.
We’ll be taking a look at this trouble code in a 1996 Honda Civic EX, and showing you how to fix your ODBII error code by replacing the part number 37830-P05-A01, MAP Sensor.
- Pro Street Staff