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Old 08-05-2012, 08:08 AM
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Originally Posted by FenderBender View Post
I tried to make a continuous motion, I'm thinking it's definitely jumping all over the place. I don't have those fancy tools to check it another way lol.

Now I also disconnected the MAF (two connectors), and the intake air temp sensor with no change, still couldn't give it any throttle.

Another note, if I hold the pedal wide open and try to start it, it will start for a second and sound like it's missing before it dies.

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try choking the engine... i know it sounds stupid. If you think you have a bad MAF but can't tell through any of the ordinary steps it's time to intervene. Basically if you choke out the air and it's still reading otherwise it could help the engine run. It could be over compensating at idle or under throttle because it thinks it's getting X(air) when it's actually getting Y. same thing as if the the intake boot or ICV hose was busted on our engines pretty much.
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