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    Default 10-12 business days to replace a MAP sensor!

    Today I contacted MSD for a RMA. Based on troubleshooting last week with MSD tech support, it appears that my MAP sensor failed. Unfortunately, it is something that cannot be repaired out in the field, and the throttle body has to be sent in to MSD.

    When I called for my RMA, I was also informed that it would take 10-12 business days to complete the repair. REALLY!?!?!!!! So....one week for UPS ground to get there unless I want pay $44.00 for 3 day, 10-12 business days for repair, another week in transit back to my home. Bottom line, I can't drive my car for at least 4 weeks due to a component failure. The car didn't make it out of the driveway for the forth test drive (for the system to learn) since the initial installation. The term "reliability" is the furthest thing from my mind right now.

    So, for anyone reading these forums, trying to decide if they should go with MSD or another EFI competitor......just take into account that you may be without your ride for at least a month should something go wrong.

    Right now....I'm regretting my decision after dropping off my box at UPS this afternoon.

    Thank god I'm not using it on my daily driver!!

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    msdtech1955 Guest

    Default 10-12 business days to replace a MAP sensor!

    what is the rma number?

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    Default 10-12 business days to replace a MAP sensor!

    MSDTech1955 wrote:
    what is the rma number?

    #91789

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    msdtech1955 Guest

    Default 10-12 business days to replace a MAP sensor!

    is this Dan Fryer from downington ,PA ?




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    Default 10-12 business days to replace a MAP sensor!

    MSDTech1955 wrote:

    is this Dan Fryer from downington ,PA ?





    Yes.

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    Default 10-12 business days to replace a MAP sensor!

    Yesterday, Joe from MSD stepped up and is addressing the situation. With any luck, I will be up and running this weekend.



    It was great to see someone take ownership and stand behind the customer!

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    msdtech1955 Guest

    Default 10-12 business days to replace a MAP sensor!

    should of got there today!



    Reference:
    CUSTOMER ITEM

    Ship (P/U) date:
    Sep 4, 2012

    Delivery date:
    Sep 7, 2012 12:23 PM

    Sign for by:
    A.FAIRCHILD

    Delivery location:
    DANBURY, CT

    Delivered to:
    Receptionist/Front Desk

    Service type:
    FedEx Express Saver

    Packaging type:
    Your Packaging

    Number of pieces:
    1

    Weight:
    2.00 lb.

    Special handling/Services:
    Deliver Weekday

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    Hey mine had the mounting hole to close together. I had to drill them out to get the throttle body to sit on the manifold.

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    Bad habit tagging onto old threads.
    Who needs to read a 6 year old thread?
    Regards, Gary

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