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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: plymouth neon 1996 4 cylinder
Get those new codes, sure sounds like a MAF issue, also I have run across engine movement stalls, they turned out to be a break indside the engine harness, when the engine moved it would break the connection and stall or run really bad, I found these kinds of problems by pulling and twisting the harness to the engine, then I would cut it open and do the same thing wire by wire.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
700 is transmission control system malfunction. For now I'd concentrate on 108 which is M.A.P. sensor . Likely needs to be replaced but try cleaning connection at it first. Possibility that the transmission code, is an old one, or it's been tripped somehow by other problem, so unless it's experiencing shifting problems, I wouldn't get too worried about it right now. Once you've cleaned, or replaced MAP sensor, disconnect battery for a minute or so, re-attach, & try it and see how it works. Keep me posted.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
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