Is this a bad MAF?

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Re: Is this a bad MAF?

Post by Alan » Tue Aug 22, 2017 1:59 pm

Thanks STC - the cheque is in the post :D

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Re: Is this a bad MAF?

Post by STC » Tue Aug 22, 2017 10:16 pm

Thanks STC - the cheque is in the post :D
For sure the Bank would Bounce before your cheque could :D :D :D

Thank You "Sir Alan" Yes "Sir Alan" Of Course "Sir Alan" :D :D :D :D

I often post 3 sheets to the wind and wonder who broke in to my house, stole the whiskey from my fridge, posted on Pico forum then to add insult to injury made the room spin before they left. Of course the under funded police force could do without my complaints - No sign of forced entry they say. Do you know the damage a non sealing EGR without signs of any entry - forced or not can do. I insist on a answer and it all goes wrong ??? :D :D :D

Seriously Alan
Thank you for the response, to me, as a technician, in my working environment, the Pico is one of the 7 Wonders of the world

No need for thanks or a cheque, that I would only frame and give it pride of place in my study. Too valuable to cash !

A 4824 in the post to evaluate in the automotive arena is something that I could work wonders with. Happy to pay for it - not looking for a freebie... I'm Automotive, selling my automotive scope to finance the 8 channel will hinder my access to the valuable waveform library -a no no

Attenuators and Floating Earths may give the geeks a twitch - I can accommodate and work around both.


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Re: Is this a bad MAF?

Post by PeterM » Wed Dec 19, 2018 8:26 pm

As a mechanic i have seen this before. You have a blocked/restricted exhaust i.e. d.p.f. or box or both.

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