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Symptom do indicate apossible fault with the MAF and its circuit. A faulty O2 sensor can cause the problem as well.
Is the Check Engine Light indicating and did you try to retrieve for trouble codes?
Since cleaning the MAF did the job once, get it cleaned again and recheck the wire connector to ensure that it is clean and secure.
Check the air hose between the MAF and throttle body for leakages. Look out for signs of cracks on the hose.
Saturday, April 24th, 2010 AT 11:21 PM