Question about 2003 Toyota RAV4
Did you have the computer reset after the part was changed? That is what you need to do. It may also take some time for the computer to relearn everything. Was it a bad maf sensor or a probem in th circuit itself? There is a difference. If it was just the sensor and you replaced it, then reset the computer and let it relearn. Make sure your charging fuse and relays are good as well as making sure the ground cables and battery cables have clean connnections and are tight.
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