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Old 12-21-2012, 09:24 PM   #11
sweetnlo
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Ok so today i got my svt mass air flow sensor delivered! I plugged it in,... and it still idles like sh** and stalls out. I plugged in into the snap-on scan tool and my o2 sensor 1 bank 1 was bad. I ordered a new one and put it in and it still idles like sh** and then stall out. I can smell that it is running really rich. I guess my next option would be to replace the IAT sensor. I hope its not expensive..
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