Question about 1997 Volkswagen Jetta
Posted by Anonymous on
It's very hard to diagnose without being there but one thing that you may want to check is the rubber piece between the Mass airflow sensor and the intake. If it has a crack or tear in it the vacuum leak will cause false air to enter the intake without passing through the airflow sensor. This will make it stall at idle or when the RPMs are at their lowest. The other guess would be another defective MAF sensor. Possible if you got a used one.
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