Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix
Its for a Pontiac Grand Prix SE V6 3.8L
P0102 - Mass Airflow Circuit Low Input
Check to make sure the mass air flow sensor is plugged in and has a good connection. Do you happen to use a re-usable air filter such as a K&N? Often times when people recharge the re-usable filters they use too much oil which causes the the MAF sensor element to get dirty. Sometimes removing the sensor and cleaning the element very carefully with electronics cleaner can fix the problem.
By the way, the mass air sensor is mounted between the intake tube and air filter usually.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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