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Air flow sensor has been replaced 3 times.

2001 monte carlo 3.8 l v6. air flow sensor has been replaced 3 times. continue to have performance problems and codes continue to indicate air flow sensor.

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What are the codes? First of all check for any lean conditions such as a vacuum leak for example. If you cannot come up with anything causing a lean condition then you may have a short in your wiring or a possible bad ECU.

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