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Old 12-18-2014, 01:32 PM   #1
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Hello All,

I have recently started getting a p0102 error code on my 2002 Buick Lasabre. So I thought I would pull the MAF and try to clean it but when I looked at it I see these funny looking screw heads that appear to be a tort screw with a raised point in the middle of it that prevents me from taking it off. I have looked around for a tool like it but haven't found one.

I'm wondering why it'* there and how to get them out.

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Thanks to everyone for the info. I had looked at Auto zone but didn't see anything. I'll keep looking
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If your looking local, try Lowes, Sears or anything big box store that sells tools.
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I'll try Sears.They usually have a good selection of tools.
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