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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Stalling Toyota Camry 2004
P-0102 and P-0113 are mass air flow and intake air temp codes, the P-0136 is an Oxygen sensor code. Before you do anything, check for debris in the Mass Air Flow Sensor, it's small black box with electrical wiring connector that is screwed into the intake air tube, between the air box and the intake manifold. Undo the screws, remove the sensor, and, with a flashlight, and look down inside it for debeis, or broken wires inside it. If it's dirty, it could throw a P-0136...Comment back on what you find; hope this helps, and thanks for choosing FixYa!
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
While the engine is running try tapping the mAF sensor with a wooden handle to see if that causes the engine to stumble or shut-off if it doesn't I would just clean it to see if that would solve your problem. You should also check and clean your throttle plate and throottle bore any carbon build up around the edges blocks off Idle air and can cause a stall condition.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
This is the Code for a mass Airflow circuit low. It can be the Mass Airflow component or the wiring to it. Do not spray without using an approved cleaner.
On some models this is a part that looks like a screen embedded in a holder. It works by reading the airflow down the intake venturi. It can be cleaned with an approved cleaner. If someone sprayed Gumout down the throttlebody, it may be ruined. It may look from the outside, like a carburetor spacer with wires and sits beneath the Air horn and throttle plates.
Since the onboard computer identified it as having a low circuit reading either the wires going to the part are not at full power or the part is not allowing full power flow.
You can check the connector for corrosion. You would need Specs for what the Resistance is suppose to be for the part or for the wiring going t the part.
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Posted on Sep 20, 2012
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