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91 Honda will not go faster than 30 mph

Been told if the MAF goes bad, the car will go into "limp home" mode....Does a 91 Accord (automatic 4cyl) even have a Mass Air Sensor??? How much should I expect to pay for a replacement?
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Yes, that sensor could cause that symptom.
Cleaned everything first?
Part is around $50 I think, used obviously cheaper. Try removing the cable going to the sensor, this usually forces the computer to a default setting. If your performance improves you found your culprit. It also never hurts to clean the throttle body and air intake. Are there any codes getting set by the onboard computer? Part house can help you there.

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