Question about 2006 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
A week ago my check engine light came on in my 2006 Explorer, (50 miles previously I had just had an oil change, all fluids done, air filter replaced etc..). When the mechanic ran the diagnostic, it came back with the code of the Mass Flow sensor was failing. I replaced the sensor and the engine light went off for 3 days and then came back on. When the mechanic ran the diagnositic again, he showed me that no codes were coming back- no faults. So why is it still on if no fault codes are being produced???
Yes, that sounds correct to be calibrated.and probably is what is causing your problem. Mass air flow sensors hardly ever go bad. They get dirty and set a code. Garages will try to sell you one when you can clean it with a throttle body cleaner. If you have your old one, clean it and put it back on, try it to see if it works better.
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