NOOOOOO!What Do you clean s Sensor with?..Just water or..? And does disconnected the battery reset the codes?
Ok cool I will give that a shot..thanksNOOOOOO!
There is a special aerosol spray you can get at the parts store, it's specifically for MAF sensors. It will dry clean, meaning that it won't leave residue that could affect MAF readings. Cost is ~$5-6 and it will last quite a while.
Yes, disconnect the negative terminal at the battery and wait ~15 mins and/or step on the brake pedal to drain residual electricity.
And I find it odd that you would have MAP codes when your engine is clearly MAF based...
Yea the 1st thing I did was check all the hose's but they were all on and tight! Its weird though I honestly had the MAF off resting on my engine not near any dirt (car was in the garage with the garage door shut) Im dumbfounded how it got dirty..Might be a hose off the map sensor, I've had that code from forgetting to run a vac line to it. I don't think it causes performance issues though, especially on a MAF based car.
I stand corrected. I will have to look and see how mine is hooked up. I know it doesn't run into the intake piping because I have had that all off.Uh yes they do. They're located on the passenger strut tower with a solenoid in-line with it. The fueling isn't run directly by it but it DOES have them (97 OBS)