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ENGINE SHUTTING OFF

My camaro is shutting off and engine light comes on, i retrieved codes 1-2 and codes 2-2 using a paper clip in the a and b holes of connector, i am thinking defective mass air flow sensor, any ideas?

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It can't idol you may need to shut your a/c off, take it to another mechanic, that one is a dumb @ss!
I can't believe he calls his self a mechanic.
Your idle speed adjustment screw is incorrectly tuned. When you apply full brakes, the carburetor opening must not be completely shut off.
Also, have you looked at your temperature gauge? Your engine is running too lean. Because not enough fuel is getting through the carburetor, the engine runs too hot and shuts off by itself. The high-speed needle must be adjusted so more fuel gets to the engine.

Also this site might help you out more though!
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