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Old 03-18-2016, 06:00 PM   #11
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Did you change out the MAF sensor?
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Haven't changed it yet
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Change out the MAF, clear the codes with a scanner and drive it.
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When you finally do change it get a HITACHI if you can. I bought a DELPHI and still had a P0102 code. HITACHI is the OEM for our series of Buicks.
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I got a used one off eBay for 22 bucks from a junkyard and it works great....no codes and my fuel trims are right where they are supposed to be.
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I did change it, got Hitachi, after driving it a few times the codes cleared and are gone.

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