Question about 1999 Mazda MX-5 Miata
What do I change or replace to fix this?? I live in the middle of nowhere, and just had to pay over $500 for a tow (for unrelated problem.) I want to be proactive before I am stranded again!
P1102 for the Mazda is :Mass Airflow Sensor Signal Inconsistent with Throttle Position Sensor. The Mass Airflow Sensor is located in the housing before the Throttle body; it reads the air coming into the system....the Throttle Position Sensor tell the ECU how much throttle you are asking for....I think that the in-air flow and the throttle are not getting the same answer; example would be that you are driving fifty miles an hour and either the MAS or the TPS are not seeing (receiving) this information. Note; most times the MAS is at fault, it can be cleaned but be very careful.
Posted on Feb 06, 2015
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