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Stalls when cold and stuters when driving. when u rev the car the engine cuts out when revs drop seems not bad when not driven hard HELP mitsibushi evo 4

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Yes maf sensor take it off and give it a good clean with a spray that removes grease

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Definitely it's your air mass meter.
it's expensive but they are not serviceable they have to be replaced

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