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Old 05-29-2012, 09:59 AM   #11
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Did you plug the MAF sensor back in also?

Sounds like your injectors. Otherwise it seems to idle fine. Go drive it around and see if the engine light goes away. Or have it cleared.

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Yeah, the MAC is plugged back in. I was told I could unplug it as a diagnostic tool, but not to drive it around unplugged cause it could cause serious damage go the engine.

I'll probably swing by Autozone today to have the codes scanned again, and reset them too.

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Stopped by autozone today to get a more permanent solution to the vacuum problem, and to reset my CEL with their scan tool.



I scanned the codes before erasing them and am still getting the P0171 and interestingly enough, the P0102 or P0120 or whatever it is to show the MAF missing, even though I plugged it back in and have driven over 50 miles since then.

Drove home from Autozone, and still no light.



I still plan on changing the O2 sensor to an AC Delco part, as well as the MAF sensor. Hopefully this will finally kick this little orange buggers rear for good.

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Yea, depending on the sensors, it may take a few drive cycles, sometimes even a quite a few "successful" engine starts without another error before a code will clear itself. So many parameters must be met before they clear themselves.

Glad we are getting somewhere!!
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Just an update.....


So far so good! No light, and no hesitation/stalling. Still running strong. If all is still good at the end of this week, I'm going to go ahead and order my PRJ plug wires, Autolite 605s or 104s, Flowmasters, and possibly the K&N intake.

Thanks for all your help Mike.

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