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I'm very confused, have a young guy at work that seems to have a lot of knowledge about engines?

He is indicating that I only will want to use one of the three sensors?

The following are pictures of what I have:

A MAT Sensor that I have tapped a hole into my Air Intake Tube.


A MAP Sensor that I purchased an short adapter cable to connect to the Terminator X harness.


And finally the blue vacuum line coming off the back of the Terminator X box.


Before talking to him my expectation was that I was going to use both the MAP and MAT sensor and then disable the MAP Vacuum within the programming interface?

Any help with a better understanding of how these play together is greatly apprciated.

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MAT/Intake Air Temp and MAP/Manifold Air Pressure are 2 completely different sensors. Use them both.

I have no ideas about the MAP vacuum tube.
 

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Stop listening to the guy at work. He doesn’t have any idea what he is talking about imho...

Don
 
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Thanks John & Don.

He is a pretty smart kid and when I showed him the pictures he agreed, I think yesterday he though I was describing some other type of sensor that runs off the intake tube?
 
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