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Where is the maf and i think i have a vacuum leak too.

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MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR LOCATED NEAR THE THE INTAKE DUCT HAS ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR GOING TO IT.

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P0171 suggests th van is running to lean on bank 1 is the cylinder bank on the RIGHT (passenger side) the plug may be defective or coil damage, no spark.

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They just repair them,so I would say no

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