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2003 Tahoe Running rough, Idle irratic, Ck engine light on. I put it on a OBD2 code reader and showed p0101 mass airflow sensor and bank 1 and 2 running lean I cleaned the sensor but still having problem should I replace sensor?

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Yes, replace the MAF, then check if the lean condition goes away. It should.

MAF's are sensitive to cleaning. Sometimes it works, other times it doesn't.

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