On Mar 8, 4:33 pm, email@example.com (hungry 103) wrote:
I thought they were the same, but Autozone.com says differently. Not
only that, the V6 sensor is $65 and the V8 sensor is $248!
Anyways, the ECM will probably go into backup-fuel-mode if the MAF
sensor is incorrect and it will run terribly. I think that is one of
the really essential sensors (like throttle position) that throw it
into backup mode if there's a problem. Some sensors just keep it in
open loop mode, set the check engine light, and still run decently.
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