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So I get to work, shut off the truck, no problems. Try to remote start the truck at the end of my shift.... No go. Weird. Get in the truck, CEL is on. Historic code, not current.

This is my second time getting this code, only comes back after 500+ miles. Never turns the light on while driving, only on next restart.

Anyone else have this? Is this common and is there a known fix? Truck runs absolutely perfectly the whole time. No abnormal readings on Torque or BiScan.


Historic Fault Log
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P0106: Manifold Absolute Pressure/Barometric Pressure Circuit Range/Performance Problem

Freeze frame information:
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Fuel Level (From Engine ECU) = 77.255 %
Distance traveled since codes cleared = 560.477 miles
Barometric pressure (from vehicle) = 14.504 psi
Voltage (Control Module) = 14.617 V
Ambient air temp = -13 °F
Accelerator PedalPosition D = 19.608 %
Accelerator PedalPosition E = 9.804 %
 

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Your Ecm does sample manifold pressure before it starts. I suspect bad MAP sensor or wiring, it's saying it's not reading within it's operating limits. Remote start does not work when there is a check engine light.
 

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May also check for cracked air duct piping.
 

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I have not seen this as a common issue here. I do know that the MAP sensor loads up with carbon/oil/tar. Heavy deposits on a MEMS sensor could conceivably shift the readings.
I would pull the map sensor and flush out the sensors opening with non chlorinated brake cleaner. I have cleaned mine a time or two, though I haven't had any issue.
 
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