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sparky Paul

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Re: Probably dumb question about MAF sensor location
« Reply #15 on: November 24, 2020, 12:53:54 PM »
The cheap pattern sensors should be okay, I've known a few people fit them to other cars without any problems.

The problem here is that I'm running out of ideas!  :-[

Halminator

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Re: Probably dumb question about MAF sensor location
« Reply #16 on: November 24, 2020, 02:56:00 PM »
Haha, you are not the only one. The mechanic has also run out of ideas  ;) But I really appreciate your help!

Yesterday the light came on again, showing misfires in cylinder 2 and 3. I deleted the fault and now it should be good again for about 800 miles or so. I think these things are left to consider:

- coil wires
- ECU
- injectors
- CPS -> going to replace this one

I'm really close to just give up and deleting the code when it shows up  :D

sparky Paul

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Re: Probably dumb question about MAF sensor location
« Reply #17 on: November 24, 2020, 03:03:26 PM »
I think injectors are unlikely, surely you would feel that. I think you are getting a false trigger. I think I would change the CPS, if only to rule it out.

CPS, ECU, bad connection or a broken/chafed wire in the loom somewhere - not unheard of. If it comes to it, give the wiring a good prodding while it's running, see if you can make the EML come on. Use an implement, not your fingers!

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