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The computer only knows the voltage across what it thinks is the MAS. A bad wiring connector and a bad MAS is all the same to the computer. I would change the harness to the MAS before I spent any time or money on any other problem solving.
P0103 HYUNDAI - Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit High InputPossible causes- Dirty mass air flow sensor - Dirty mass air filter - Mass air flow sensor harness is open or shorted - Mass air flow sensor electrical circuit poor connection - Intake air leaks - Faulty mass air flow sensor Tech notesBefore replacing the mass air flow sensor, try replacing the air filter and cleaning the air flow sensor with low compress air or mass air flow sensor cleaner. Reset code and drive vehicle. If the code comes back, it may be necessary to replaced the mass air flow sensor. P0112 HYUNDAI - Intake Air Temperature Sensor 1 Circuit Low InputPossible causes- Dirty air filter - Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor harness is open or shorted - Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor electrical circuit poor connection - Faulty intake air temperature sensor When is the code detected?An excessively low voltage from the sensor is sent to ECM.
I would check the mass air flow sensor that is located on the air intake (its the box in line on the air intake with wires going into it) with the engine running take a screw driver and smack the mass air flow sensor with the handle... if the engine stalls or starts running real rough that might be the culprit.
I'd try cleaning the mass air flow sensor and check its connections too. Also if you have the car checked for any engine codes this may assit. You may have a heavy vacuum leak too... As for now I'd check the MAF
This is located on the air intake just after the air filter.
I hope this may have helped,
Yes and No , It does, however it is integrated into the Mass Airflow
Sensor . So its not per say a separate component that you can replace
without replacing the MAF unit .Excuse me , Mitsubishi wants to call it the "Volume Air Flow Sensor" , not Mas Airflow Sensor , as we know it . . I stand corrected .