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Old 03-30-2009
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Engine sputtering

Last night i drove my truck and parked it for like 30 min got back in and tried to start it and it wouldnt start tried a few more times and finally it started. i tried giving it gas but as soon as i even toutched the pedal it started to die and sputter. it would idal ok but no go on the gas it wouldnt die but sputter verry bad from 1200-500 RPMs even when floored.

I poped the hood and unpluged the Mas Air Flow plug and it ran fine. If i plug it back in tho the same thing happens. I cleend the MAF today but still the same thing. What do you think.
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get a new maf.... lol
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