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Missing once at running temp at random

Hey i have a 96 GTB TT LEGACY it has just started missing as if it is running out of fuel or Air flow metre is playing up but its none of the above and my mech is not getting any fault codes has tried replacing fuel pump with no resaults either pls help

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    Costing me a small fortune

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    How do you know the air flow meter (MAF) is ok, they seldom set codes, clean the inside of the meter with MAF cleaner, it's made by CRC chemicals and availiable in most parts stores.

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Since the problem obvasly was not solved, try replacing the fuel injectors, as most of the time this is what causes these symptoms.

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