Have you cleaned the MAF? Before you do anything you should clean it first and *then* clear the code. Pick up some MAF cleaner at an auto parts store, it's always nice to have around and costs a few bucks.
Absolutely, but MAFs are expensive, so I think Kool would agree clean it first to see if it resolves the issue, if it doesn't, you'll have to get a replacementYour MAF may have been damaged by debris getting in once your filter fell off.
Well actually, yes a CAI can often cause a MAF to fail. Often it can be an oiled filter that is over oiled (usually the fault of the person cleaning it). This is why I recommended you clean it first.I mean technically speaking, we all know a CAI shouldnt cause a maf to fail, and due to the magnosan moss warranty act, they kind of have to prove the part you installed caused the problem.
AEM dry flow filterWell actually, yes a CAI can often cause a MAF to fail. Often it can be an oiled filter that is over oiled (usually the fault of the person cleaning it). This is why I recommended you clean it first.
Hmm, not that I'm aware of. Got any friends with Evos? It'd be like 30 seconds to swap their maf onto your car and find out...OK, I used some MAF cleaner, and did a few rounds of sprays and cleaned it off to the point where it looked quite good.
I pulled the negative on my battery while doing it. Put the maf back in, hooked the battery back up, and had an instant check engine light.
P0101 P0102 P0103 MAF sensor codes
Sound like a bad sensor? Is there a fuse / relay for the MAF I could check too?
your correct, i listed the wrong code lol. I pull that code all day long, it shows up in my logs, but it doesnt pop the check engine cause my tuner disabled it. Sorry, meant P0101-P0103.i thought a p0137 was a bad o2 sensor? i get that code all the time but its because of my testpipe.