Question about 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix
Most of the time this is still due to there being an electrical issue, or dirty filter, or air leak near the MAF. You can check for voltage by turning the ignition to the on position and connect you meter to your positive for the maf and ground, you should read 5volts. If not then you should first start off checking for broken or frayed wires if that is not the case then I would take that MAF back and tell them that it is defective and get another one.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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Mass Air Flow (MAF) Circuit Low Input
You probably need to clean your MAF sensor.
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