Here was the plan...
1. Warm engine... then disconnect battery. Let engine cool.
2. Replace the DPFE.
3. Clean the MAF (With great care for the little wires - I heard Windex does
4. Replace the PCV
5. Restart car.
And here's what happened...
2. DPFE was a piece of cake.
3. MAF was a little trickier. I could not remove the MAF unit from the air
intake housing; the plastic unit was attached to the air intake housing with
a couple of tamper-proof Torx screws. One of which had the head capped with
some sort of glue. I started to whittle the glue off the top of the screw,
but when I looked down the housing and saw those little wires (those
fragile-looking little wires), the angel of wisdom whispered in my ear,
"There's probably a reason they don't want you taking this apart." So,
uncharacteristically, I heeded this voice, and put the air intake housing
4. PCV valve, another piece of cake.
And after a small offering of blood the middle finger on my right hand, the
car started and the light has been off.
Thanks to everybody,