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Hi, I was wondering if anyone could help me? I've had my car a couple of months and on Saturday out of the blue, the engine management light came on. The car is driving absolutely normal, nothing different to before. I have plugged in a Bluetooth OBD reader and it comes up with the code: P0069 - Manifold Absolute Pressure - Barometric Pressure Correlation.

Has anyone experienced this? I'm guessing the MAP sensor needs cleaning? I reset the code, however it comes back a day later. If it is something that can be sorted easily, where is it located?

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Right clean your MAF sensor and check for vacuum leaks – Also regarding error code P2A01 you need to change your O2 sensor bank 1 sensor number 2 because it is giving an out-of-range performance.
 

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I advised you to clean your MAF sensor NOT your new MAP sensor - The MAF sensor looks like the attached photo.

Also regarding error code P2A01 you need to change your O2 sensor bank 1 sensor number 2 because it is giving an out-of-range performance.

And yes change your air filter if it requires it.
 

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