Question about 2001 Volkswagen Passat
I have an intermittant misfire in cylinder 3(VW 2001 passat 1.6 petrol). The car can drive fine for a day and then begin misfiring. The coil packs have been changed the plugs and the injector have been changed. A trouble code of the throttle position sensor came up and I changed it. The car drove fine for 2 months and is misfiring again. Now I have a mass airflow sensor diagnostic code from time to time. Can a mass airflow sensor cause a misfire and if not what else could cause the misfire besides the wiring from the ecu and the ecu itself.
NO to the MAF Sensor Question, and Spark Plug Wires Or BOOT Will Cause Missfire. As For Mass Air Flow Sensor Easy Check is to Dissconnect it While Engine is Running And If ENGINE SMOOTHES OUT The Sensor is Bad
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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