Question about BMW Z3
M A F in a z3
Yes, it is very possible for the Mass Air Flow sensor (aka MAF) to cause a misfire. You need to replace the MAF if it's causing a misfire. More detail please if this doesn't answer your question
Posted on Oct 11, 2013
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