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Any fault in the engine management system would trigger the SES to ccome on and it could be the air flow meter or something else. What was the exact trouble code retrieved?
It could be a faulty part or a loose wire connector and before replacing the part, it would be best to diagnose the problem to confirm that the part is at fault to avoid unnecessary costs.
The symptoms do seem to be caused by the MAF malfunctioning.
Check to see if the air hose is securely attached and no vacumn leaks occurs between it and the throttle body.
Sunday, January 3rd, 2010 AT 7:54 AM