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Old 11-20-2009, 10:25 PM   #1
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BELOW ARE CODES THAT MY SCANNER PICKED UP ON MY '02 SE. THE MAF SENSOR IS 6 MONTHS OLD. THE CAR INTERMITTENTLY DIES, EVEN AT HIGHWAY SPEEDS. THIS IS USUALLY PRECEEDED BY A BUNCH OF SURGING AND HESITATION. WHEN IT STARTS THIS ACTING UP AT IDLE, IT WILL JUST DIE. THEN FOR NO REASON IT WILL RUN JUST FINE. I REPLACED THE AIR FILTER EARLIER THIS WEEK AND SPRAYED THE SENSOR WITH SENSOR CLEANER AND SAME ISSUE. ANY HELP OR INSIGHT WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. THANKS.
Diagnostic Trouble Code Information Stored Codes

P0102 MAF Sensor Circuit Low Frequency

P0440 EVAP System No Flow During Purge

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P0102 MAF Sensor Circuit Low Frequency

P0131 HO2S-11 (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Circuit Low Input

P0440 EVAP System No Flow During Purge

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P0102 MAF Sensor Circuit Low Frequency

P0440 EVAP System No Flow During Purge


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P0102 MAF Sensor Circuit Low Frequency

P0131 HO2S-11 (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Circuit Low Input

P0440 EVAP System No Flow During Purge

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P0102 MAF Sensor Circuit Low Frequency

P0131 HO2S-11 (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Circuit Low Input

P0440 EVAP System No Flow During Purge

P1811 Maximum Adaptive & Long Term Shift (4T65-E)

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P0102 MAF Sensor Circuit Low Frequency

P0440 EVAP System No Flow During Purge

P1811 Maximum Adaptive & Long Term Shift (4T65-E)
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There are several write ups on the DTC and what you need to do to verify and fix. Looks like most of the DTC you listed can be tackled in this thread OBD-II Trouble Shooting - Pontiac Bonneville Forum - Official home of the Pontiac Bonneville Club.
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I used to spend much more time on this forum and was more familiar with my way around, but work has taken over my life and I don't get enough time to get here anymore. I knew there was going to be good solid info relating to my issues and appreciate you pointing me in the right direction. I apologize for not finding it on my own. Best vehicle/tech info site on the web. Thanks again.
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I knew there was going to be good solid info relating to my issues and appreciate you pointing me in the right direction. I apologize for not finding it on my own. Best vehicle/tech info site on the web. Thanks again.
No need to apologize. Much of the DTC have recently been added and we will be adding more as we get the info on them and the time to get them loaded up.

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I had a very similar experience about 2 months after replacing a MAF sensor, with the engine just all of a sudden quiting or acting up at idle right after starting. Your description sounds very familiar, although mine never died at highway speed, always while cruising thru town between stop lights. It got to the point where it would happen almost every day.
I originally had a bad MAF (P0102) and when I went to Advanced Auto to get a replacement all they had that day was a "rebuilt". I was sceptical but bought it and the codes stopped appearing for a couple months. Then this "new" problem that you're describing showed up. I was not getting any codes showing up though on a CP9180 scanner. I tried a few other fixes with no luck and finally took the rebuilt MAF back to Advanced and warrantied it out. This time they had the Cardone Select new sensor available. The problem went away and has not reoccured at all and it'* been about a month now.
Now, granted, you seem to be posting additional codes that I never got, but the intermittant dieing caused me to not trust driving my car and when I saw your post I thought this may help you out.
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