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1993 mercury villager when diriving at speeds over 50 car will lose power and you have to play with gas peddle to get speed back up, than car will be ok for short time and do it again

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Clean the MAF sensor with carb cleaner first. It's in the air intake tube, spray the tiny wires inside with carb cleaner to get varnish off heated wire. Do not touch or move them.


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Posted on Jan 08, 2011

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Soak base with penetrating oil. Tap steel base on side with chisel to break it loose. Try to get vice grip on base and tap back and forth to twist it back and forth to free up. It takes a lot of effort and time.

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