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Check the spark plug for Cylinder #3. Check the boot and wire around that plug and back to the distributor/coil. Likely have water (from washing your engine) arcing and shorting that cylinder & causing misfire. Wait for a long time for everything to dry, should clear itself. Also, hope you used MAF sensor cleaner to clean the MAF sensor. If you used something else, you might have ruined the sensor - it is very delicate.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I bet it also feels like it wants to stall as well. I think my car was at around 65k and it did the same. It is the spark plugs and the coil. My mistake was going to the dealership where they charge you too much. Any experienced mechanic can do it. Changing the coil is also in the manual.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
I had the same problem and found that the air admission tube was badly cracked.
Since this let air enter the engine downstream of the mass airflow sensor it is not measured so the engine ECU don't send the proper amount of fuel to provide the right air/fuel mixture. At higher RPM, the vacuum in the tube is enough to close the crack and hide the problem.
I temporarly repaired it with duct tape until I get the part.
Posted on May 27, 2009
Check the air inlet boot going from the air filter to the intake for rips or holes. If rips exist, this would allow air to bypass the filter and mass air flow sensor and will lead to a check engine light appearing. The code would read "too lean, bank 1." If this problem is allowed to continue for long periods of time, the EGR ports will have to be cleaned out and maybe even the intake.
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
The Code you refer to is P0705 Transmission Range Sensor Circuit malfunction (PRNDL Input). It is a possiblility that because this code is present, this sensor is malfunctioning. If it is malfunctioning, that means the engine needs to "guess" the value that this sensor is responsible for. In most cases when this happens, the engine will go for a value that ensures the car runs. The engine will not try to run smooth or efficently, it will only try to run. It is my guess that if you have the sensor checked and replaced, the problem might be fixed. Please let me know if this answers your question and please rate my response. Thank you
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
Testimonial: "that is good. where is the trasmission range sensor circuit located "
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