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2004 x-type jaguar awd limp mode code maf sensor and wireing problem would changing maf sensor make rite the?

Now its coding p01643

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Yes most likely a vehicle goes into limp mode up failure of MAFS unplug the sensor and see if you have any better performance getting it to the shop

Posted on Mar 31, 2017

Testimonial: "Got worce died when pulled wires off from maf sensor now coding 1643 after i pluged it back in maf censor back in obviously I need to find codes for this model car lol"

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