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1997 Toyota Camry code P0171

I have a code P0171 on my 1997 Toyota Camry (4Cyl). I did some research through the internet and forums. Most say it's the MAF sensor. I tried to look for the MAF sensor but not able to find it. I tried to look for it between the air filter and the throttle-body but not there. Any help will be appreciate. Thanks in advance.

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Ita a little black box with 5 wires plug, between air filter and throttle, but try to reset maybe was a momentany failure,disconnect the negative battery terminal few minutes

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