i cleaned my mass air flow sensor on my o2 bonneville se 3800 series 2 and i i unplugged the negative battery cable and took out MAF sensor and cleaned it again and this time i put the sensor back in put the battery cable back in place and started fine and service engine soon light was back off....i let it run a while and warm up.i turned it off and waited a second and turned it back over .the service engine light is still off but now dies after it starts again should i go ahead and replace the MAF sensor even though the hot wires on them are clean and intact??please help any info would be greatly appreciated
Roy already suggested what to do. And I agree with him. Replace the MAF sensor.
Mike I remember the dial up modem noises.
I also remember getting coffee waiting for stuff to complete if it ever did LOL.
Man the speed test you got happening there is awesome!
What are you paying extra for super light speed or what? Its like fiber optics (almost LOL)
mines still 8.5.
i thought i was cool back in the day i had a external modem (measured in bauds or k bauds) and aol before anyone knew what that was. i had compuserve before that before aol started buying everything
Oh yea, Compuserve was the first one I had. Well....actually, I used some sort of DOS program to dial into the early 90'* BBS'*. 2400 was my fastest modem. (sigh) the days prior to the birth of the internet. Man I feel old now.
Art, I'm paying around $86 a month for Road Runners fastest residential internet package. I'm half tempted to upgrade to a business account so I can get a static IP address.