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2.3 micro-bus rvs high but when you pull out the plug at the airflow meter the revs drop, can the the airflow meter be overhaulled or should it be replaced.

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If I were you I would clean the induction system with a carb/fuel injection cleaner spray. Remove and clean all the sensors that are in that area, they all send messages to the ECU and if they are not clean they will send the wrong message and results in malfunction of engine.
hope this helps
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