Question about 2005 Chevrolet Aveo
Un-do the hose clamp on the air box and the one on the throttle body, carefully disconnect the MAS sensor plug at the top of the hose... remove the hose and inspect it for cracking or breaks. Very common... This condition causes un-metered air to enter the system. The new part is about $80.00 on ebay. It will likely come with a new MAS sensor. JUST BE SURE AND DOUBLE CHECK THE AIR FLOW DIRECTION arrow on the sensor. The last one I did, the part was good but the sensor was installed backward. Took me a while to find that problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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