Question about 2006 Chevrolet Colorado
You need to study auto technology
Codes do not tell you what is wrong or what to replace.
You need a set of Factory Service Manuals and Emissions Diagnosis Manuals (Helm.com) if your going to work on todays vehicles, like your own,in your driveway. It can be done, but will require a lifetime of study to learn the technology. You also can spend hundreds of dollars on tools, just to get at one bolt that is hard to see or reach.
Replacing a MAF Sensor with the correct part does not make things worse, common sense.
The codes you get are the symptoms,not always the area of the problem. You need an understanding of the system your working on,and even then if you don't have a head for logic,you end up throwing parts and money at it.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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