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MAP and MAF issue rough idle vacuum leak 592-600 idle rpm

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having an issue with  the Vortec 6000  

 getting rough idle   LOW idle   592-600 rpm 

with random SURGES

   it should be at 650rpm +- 10rpm 


Auto Stop Not working.  just sits and charges the HV battery



the MAP sensor does not feel snugly in place  seems loose



there was a P0069 code issue,, I have been having issues since they messed with it    (they tampered with it at  pepboys) 



to this day I'm still having issues i have no idea what they did to it   the p0069 was resolved by plug it back in as they disconnected it...  it was pretty obvious they messed with it as there was fresh wet dirty oil on my engine cover (and they did an oil change)..  they must have messed around with something else too :(   i just can't figure out what..



 yesterday was fine  ALL DAY after messing with the air box i do suspect something with the air box :(  since it fix it for a day but the issue return after a cold start today...


they really jacked up my engine     i should have been able to get to 100k  or more without any issue  but I have issue because of them..

Edited by bg1988

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