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Hello all .... actually im having problem with my smart cabrio 2009 its giving intake manifold pressure sensor error so I got new sensor and change it but error remains and its cutting out while runni

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Check for air leak , probably leak in one of the air pipes close there

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How old is the Catalytic Converter, sometimes they will get clogged up and affect performance.
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U may indeed have a faulty MAF or O2 sensor, the way to tell if the MAF or a vacuum leak is at issue is that both O2's will code lean, if only one codes lean then it is most likely just a faulty O2 sensor, I don't have your codes but this is the way we do things at the dealer for problems like yours. Remember the O2's are before the Cat's., after the Cat's they are called Cat efficiency monitors in the book.

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SOURCE: check engine light on code 171and 174

Sounds like a dirty Mass Air Flow sensor.

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SOURCE: 96 tacoma 4x4 2.7 engine cuts out randomly, like

dont look for air when the car cuts out its most likley spark or fuel when it cuts out ranomly its usually a sensor or relay that is faulty check fuel pump relay and camshaft or crankshaft sensors but first narrow it down to spark or fuel if possible also if check engine lite is on check codes

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I don't know how the above could have any effect on temperature. Is the vehicle full of coolant? In my opinion you have two different issues

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