MAP Sensor Replacement Cost

$156   to   $269
Labor: $41 - $53
Parts: $115 - $216
The average cost for a map sensor replacement is between $156 to $269. Labor costs are estimated between $41 to $53 while parts are priced between $115 to $216. Get a personalized estimate based on your location and specific car. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.

Replacing a MAP sensor without a proper diagnosis may end in a failed repair attempt. Before replacing the sensor, a quality technician will first verify that the engine has normal vacuum readings, that there is no oil getting into the MAP sensor, and that the vacuum line or connection is in good condition.

When a MAP sensor fails, the vehicle may exhibit engine performance problems such as poor power, rough idle, poor fuel economy, and excessive tail pipe smoke. The Check Engine Light may illuminate and codes may set for a defective MAP sensor.

This is a national average for all makes and models, but you can make it more accurate by adding your car info and ZIP.
This is a national average for all makes and models, but you can make it more accurate by adding your car info and ZIP.
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