Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Replace the coolant sensor,and make sure there is enough coolant in the system,and the mass air flow is most likely bad,but replace the coolant sensor first,cause the circuit is the same,sort of,it has to be in check for the reading of the mass air flow can be detected,so replace it first,it is the cheapest also,after changing the coolant sensor,you may not need to replace mass airflow sensor,but the mass air flow is not working,but like I said the coolant sensor needs to be replaced to make sure of this.
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