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    o-ring good?
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    If you unplug the MAF the ECU defaults to speed density using the MAP sensor. You have a leak somewhere. Either you did not hook up all the vacuum lines or something is not tight.
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    It looks good like there isn't any damage to it that I can see
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    You can't actually see the MAF. What you see is the temp bulb that reads the temperature of the intake air, the MAF part is up inside the plastic.
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    Yea I know that, I tried spraying a crap load of the crc up in there but no change...
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    try borrowing a maf from a friend?
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    I have tried, don't realy know to many people in this town that have the same car...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey View Post
    If you unplug the MAF the ECU defaults to speed density using the MAP sensor.
    O.O

    really? You learn something new every day . Is this tunable in any way?
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