DB9 Top Gear Track
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Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: United Kingdom
County: East Sussex
Well, kinda sound MAF related
I'd say the GM description is likely to be the closest as they use the same engine.
No MAF or TP sensor codes set, system voltage over 11v, engine running, then the PCM did not detect any MAF input for 2 seconds • Inspect the MAF sensor wiring and connectors for damage
Suppose there's a chance the ECU is confused as now that the split pipe has been replaced the air quantities have changed dramatically. Try clearing the error, see if it comes back.
If your MAF is the same as mine (and why wouldn't it be?) it's a sealed unit, the sensor cannot be removed to clean. Best I could do was spray contact cleaner through the MAF grille into the sensor area.
Cars, got to love them.
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