slammed jdm said:if it has nothing to do with the map sensor than tell me where it gets it's reading from?
just because a code is thrown doesn't mean you automatically replace what is says is wrong. You may every well be correct, it may be that chip, but there are a few other things that need to be tested before you replace the ecu.
1) the wiring to the ecu and the wires from the map sensor
2) the map sensor itself
no problem. i was actually under the same assumption as you were for a long time untill my buddy started throwing a baro code in his turbo'd si. we both thought it was map related but yet the car still ran fine...after some research we found out the above and realized it would have been better if the damn map had been bad instead of the baro because its cheaper then a new ecu...slammed jdm said:I stand corrected...I was almost 100% positive that the baro sensor gathered it's information from the map sensor. I do know both of their jobs but didn't know they weren't electrically connected. sorry for any confusion I caused.
So get a used ecu to fix the codeP1106 Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem
check the wiring harness to the map(manifold absolute pressure) sensor. I believe it is on the top of the throttle body. it will say in small letters map sensor denso or denso map sensor or something to that nature.
if in turn it is a map sensor you have only 2 options. get a new throttle body because they don't sell them seperate on hondas, or your best bet would be to go to a junkyard and get one off an old honda. one from any 99-2000 honda will work a 96-98 may work as well.
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