For as much as that MAP sensor costs you'd be smart to do some simple voltage checks. At ambient pressure the sensor should read a little over 2 volts at the middle pin, if you don't get that you need to check the 5 volt supply to the MAP sensor. If all of that checks out I would go straight to the ECU connector and check the MAP sensor input wire which Toyota calls PIM.
Okay. The only problem is I don’t have a multimeter anymore. The maps ordered. I have a good feeling it’s bad. Got other projects also so gonna let this one wait, plug that new sensor in and go from there