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It means low air flow entering the inlet manifold, blocked air filter?, loose wiring connection to mass airflow meter?, blown fuse?, all could be causes or the mass airflow meter itself could be faulty. Good luck hope it helps.
no they cant, could be an air leak after the airflow meter, could be a faulty air flow meter or faulty idle motor. with nissans computer can carry out an "idle volume learn" that will reset the idle motor. or even check the basics, oil level and spark plug condition
You may want to check the air flow meter, if it is dirty that can cause that issue.
the air flow meter can get contanimated by inlet air environment and Wet air filter oil, the airflow meter is the sensor in the intake hose and is very fragile, it can be cleaned by airflow sensor cleaner or break clean and letting air dry. Try that, or take to local honda dealer, you never know if there is an update to the ECU and they know the vehicles very well.
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Removal & Installation
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Loosen the hose band and remove the intake hose.
To remove the mass air flow sensor, first detach its wire harness connection
Next, remove the sensor-to-air cleaner housing retaining bolts and loosen the air intake pipe clamp
Pull the sensor out of the air cleaner housing
Inspect the air flow sensor sealing ring and replace as needed
Remove the airflow meter attaching bolts and detach the wire harness connector.
Remove the airflow meter from the air cleaner housing.
Installation is the reverse order of the removal procedure.
You MUST have the air flow meter installed on your vehicle. The car will not run if you remove it. The Air Flow Meter measures the amount of air coming into the engine, and also the air temperature. This information is sent to the fuel injection computer, to determine the proper fuel to be injected. In reality, cars with "air-flow meters" do not really "benefit" from a cold air intake, due to the inherent restriction that the air flow meter causes, as it measures the air.
In short, I would not install the intake, you won't see much benefit. The graciousness of a FixYa rating for my assistance would be greatly appreciated..
The mass air flow meter should only be changed after a suitably skilled diagnostician has checked the output on an oscilloscope and declared it to be faulty. Fault codes relating to this component can be generated by EGR valve problems or air intake leaks. If your Airflow meter is really faulty I would expect your Malfunction Indicator Light to be on. If you can get to Hants I could check it out for you. Hope this helps.
That's not going to work. You can't install a air flow meter into a Pulsar from a Q45. Totally different animals. Air flow meters are car specific. I don't think its gonna work, but good luck with that.