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Is200 Fault Code P0105


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Hi all,

I have just purchased my 1st Lexus and already i have a problem which i thought would be an easy fix. The eml light is on and traction control light is flashing. I had the codes read and it is coming up with P0105. I was told to change the MAP sensor which i was told is on the throttle body. I changed the throttle body and i still have the same fault, still in limp mode and doesn't idle very well. With the engine running the throttle body where the accelerator cable is is making a clicking sound. I have no idea where to look next, has anybody else had the same problem? Any help would be much appreciated.



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The MAP sensor isn't part of the throttle body. It is located next to the throttle body on the right hand side of the intake manifold and has a short pipe connecting to the manifold where it gets the pressure reading from. You should be able to see/replace it by just removing the intake and air filter assembly.

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