I have a 1998 VW New Beetle. It is going badly, loses power often tough time to go up hill, turn out idle (shaking) has advised me it could be my MAF to the air mass flow. . . . I am a part of online shopping but not sure if I should be looking for an air mass meter or airflow meter? Are they the same? I am looking for cheap parts. . . Suggestions? I live in Canada. I ...
I have a 5.4l triton v8 07 f150...with a cold air intake. i want to put an 80mm throttle body and spacer on as well. will i need a mass air flow sensor to go with this
The check engine light revealed a mass air flow and knock sensor failure on my 1997 pathfinder. I had just changed the spark plugs,timing belt, and air filter, could any of those things caused the problem?
The car has 198,000 miles on it. I bought it from a girl who said that she had it run through the diagnostic test and it needs a new mass air flow sensor and thats why the check engine light has been on ever since i bought the car. When I drive on the highway or on even around town the car will lunge forward a bit like im being shaken or given whiplash. Then I will step on the gas ...
My car wouldn't start so we replaced the distributor cap and then the spark plugs. There was fuel coating the old plugs and it seemed like it was too wet in the engine to get started. So we took off the air intake hose and sprayed starter fluid in the air intake. Long story short we eventually got the engine started by cutting off the fuel to it and firing it up to clean out the old fuel. ...
Why is my 1998 VW Jetta hard to start in cold weather?
I had the Mass Air Flow Sensor replaced; car runs great once it starts and gets warm, but it cranks forever before starting in cold weather, and runs rough for a few seconds, then it's fine. It has 2.0 liter, 4 cyl, manual trans. No dummy lights are on. Mechanic says it may be the throttle body or distributor.
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It runs fine when you first start it up but as soon as it gets warm at all it stalls or runs very rough, It will die or come close if you push the accelerator but idles fine. I think we've narrowed it down to either the throttle position sensor or the ignition control module. Any other ideas or imputs are greatly appreciated. Thank you. any questions you can also email me at email@example.com.
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It runs fine when you first start it up but as soon as it gets warm at all it stalls or runs very rough, It will die or come close if you push the accelerator but idles fine. Any other ideas or imputs are greatly appreciated. Thank you. any questions you can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I replaced all these parts hoping it was one of them.
I got codes of P0100 and P0325 on my scanner, which came back as mass airflow and knock sensor problem, before replacing them myself, i was wondering which is more important to change first, i have yet to try to clean the mass airflow sensor but if cleaning it does not make a difference, which sensor before the other will make a bigger difference in stopping the hesitation?
92 3000GT SL, rebuilt (150 miles)... Check engine light is on, pulled the codes with a datalogger...Stored code: Mass Air Flow Sensor --- Active code: Barometric Pressure Sensor... Switched it out with like 4 different maf sensors (barometric sensor is part of the mafs), so I'm guessing its not that. Checked for continuity from the plug at the mafs to the ecu, and I'm pretty sure the ecu is good considering I've been driving it around... any ideas?