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My suzuki G16A consumes alot of fuel and backfires. I suspect the air flow sensor is not regulating the the air flow as when I disconect power from it, the engine does not node or jack. it continues to run uninterupted.

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It might but what exactly are the codes. Before you change the Mass air flow sensor, try cleaning it first with a can of mass flow cleaner.
If your running a oil K&N filter, there could be some oil residue on the sensor. Start with that and change the filter or clean it if it's a K&N.
The O2 sensor's could be bad also, you really need the code's to be sure what sensor is giving you the faulty signal.
Good luck and hope this helps.

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try your crank shaft sensor, sounds like the same problem i had , had crank shaft sensor replaced and it drove fine afterwards. maybe go to auto zone or something and see if that code comes up

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