Question about 1997 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
I just had my car repaired a couple months ago and the mechanic suggested that I replace my Mass Air Flow Sensor and did replace it. Since then my car has undergone a break change and front left axle change. For those two months the car was running decent, but after the axle repair my car started acting up again. The service engine soon light has come on. At stop lights and stop signs, the car will rev on it's own or completely shut off. So I checked it with a canOBD 2 in 1, a diagnostic tool, and it it telling me that my mass volume air flow circuit has low voltage/input. Why might it have done this and how would I go about correcting this? I have to smog test my car soon and I doubt it would pass with the service engine light on. Thank you for your time.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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