Question about Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera
If your sure that the MAS wires are the problem Then the only way to replace them is by tracing them back through the wiring harness and clipping them. Tie new wires to the pigtail where the old wires where cut and reconnecting the MAS. Be sure that the connections are good and do not change the resistance. I will also add that the wires are usually not the problem. The problems that the MAS cause can also be caused by other sensors or tune up issues. I would recommend looking further in to this before going through so much trouble if this may not be the problem. Good luck. This one is going to be a head scratchier.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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