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air flow need help asap
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Hey I have a prob wa my 1.6 hdi 75bhp van it is remapd for a bit nw but da light came on on da dash and took it to get pluged in and it came up mass air folw so I got 1 2nd hand and cleard da fults but still came up on da com but da light wint out but when I was driveing I came bk on so now I have pit 3 in it and still da same wa can it be like can any1 help
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#2
Were either of the other MAF sensors you tried, new? If not, I'd be looking hard at a new genuine unit. Did the remap delete FAP and cat?

Also, are you certain it's the MAF at fault? Some non-genuine code scanners seem to pick faults out of thin air.
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#3
Maf sensor fault often appears and is incorrect, is it low flow at airflow?
Could be blocked air filter, split hose etc etc.
U need Lexia, and someone who knows how to use it my friend .
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(19-12-2012, 07:10 AM)Lighty Wrote:  U need Lexia, and someone who knows how to use it my friend .

I reckon he needs a new speak and spell as well :whistle:
Somedays you're the pigeon, Somedays you're the statue.
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He may get more offers of help if people can understand him, I must need a translator or a " text " dictionary.
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(19-12-2012, 03:28 AM)addo Wrote:  Were either of the other MAF sensors you tried, new? If not, I'd be looking hard at a new genuine unit. Did the remap delete FAP and cat?

Also, are you certain it's the MAF at fault? Some non-genuine code scanners seem to pick faults out of thin air.

im not to sure wa da remap del like i no dat i took da cat out i had it on da lexia and sed maf egr and fuel temp so i cleared dem and da light came bk on down da rode ffs heads going to go

(19-12-2012, 07:10 AM)Lighty Wrote:  Maf sensor fault often appears and is incorrect, is it low flow at airflow?
Could be blocked air filter, split hose etc etc.
U need Lexia, and someone who knows how to use it my friend .

i no its na da air filtter i have got a new 1 in it like thinks

(19-12-2012, 08:29 AM)steve valentine Wrote:  I reckon he needs a new speak and spell as well :whistle:
i just cant spell like sorry
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#7
Hi There,
Easiest solution first ;
Open up the maf sensor and squirt non-residual clening spray,available from maplins at 1.75 a can.Target the needle like protrusion inside the sensor but do not touch it.Refit it .See if this cures the problem if not a new maf sensor needed.never buy second hand anything electronic..not worth the hassle.
good luck and let us know how you got on.
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#8
I bought a new MAF from here

http://www.euroautomotive.co.uk/peugeot-...9621-p-120
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