02-06-2008, 10:41 AM
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Way to test MAF?
The TPS adjustment fixed the trans shudder in 4th while tc is locked... for a week maybe. Now it seems to be once again very prominent.
Some days the car runs tip top, meaning I step on the gas and my had just sits back in the headrest and feels the power. Other days, I have a problem pulling past a '95 civic like last night (though I did come through in the end). Some days I touch the throttle, and it doesn't even have to unlock TC to feel power, other days I need to nail it to the ground before I really feel anything moving.
I'm wondering if all this is able to be pointed at MAF? Something is going on... and I have a feeling it'* a sensor. The trans shudder has existed in the previous 4 transmissions/TCs. I would like to do a complete sensor check, whatever it takes.
So is there a way to test MAF?
EDIT: I forgot to mention... it'* getting to the point where I'm spending 60-80 bux a week in gas. That'* for like... MAX of 300 miles of driving. Probably more realistically, 200.
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