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Replace your MAF, its a little pricey around $280.00 or so but this will clear the code but make sure you have the ECM reprogrammed to perform a "learning" sequence since sometimes the code will not clear even though the vehicle will run like new. This reprogramming will most likely have to be a dealer performed procedure.
You have a vacum leak. It is going to be ya intake manifold. Best way to check it is to use some starting fluid and start the car and spray a very little around the intake. If the motors rpm goes up you know you have a bad intake gasket. If it doesnt then look for a vacum leak in the rear of your motor. There is about 4 vacum hoses there and one could be dryed out from the fire.
try unplugging the switch to the mass/map sensor as well as the crank sensor and blowing them both out with break cleaner or an air compressor. thats what i did with my kia rio today and its been running great.