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Old 01-26-2014, 04:22 PM   #1
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Default Mass Air flow sensor connector/ pigtail needed

I need this part, I have been searching gm sites and ebay for this with no luck. Please help me find this piece. The check engine light is always on, bought a new mass air flow sensor part, and put it on and the check engine light is still on. The computer to check the codes and the mechanic said it was a mass air flow sensor problem. He was the one who suggested it was the pigtail/connector that was probably not working and recommended it to be replaced.
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Have you tried a junk yard?
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Old 01-27-2014, 11:39 PM   #3
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Default Re: Mass Air flow sensor connector/ pigtail needed

what kinda mechanic is this?????wtf??? very simple ckt to ck power& gound&5vt reference. they are eather there or not.eather you can see pin damage to the connecter.or not..i think you need a new mechanic bro..i would bite the bullet and pay the 1 hr diag to have the maf ctks tested and pin dragged by a gm dealer before i strted hacking up my harrness.. also if the dealer finds bad pins they can replace them indaviualy....
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Old 01-28-2014, 03:25 PM   #4
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Default Re: Mass Air flow sensor connector/ pigtail needed

I have included a diagram of the connector I think you are referring to. You may be able to have a peek yourself to see if it really is the source of your problems.

If you still find yourself needing a part, I have always found things like this in my area through car-part.com
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where did you get that diagram? i found a diagram and the part numbers are different, i just want to compare. TIA
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did you ever find this part, i have searched the past 6 hours and can not find it. i called the gm dealer and they can not find it, not even the plug.
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