Yea im using my stock MAS... Its just not use to all the extra air
Originally Posted by jonsstockrocket
you need to have the pcm reflashed for this,
after you drive your car for a while the pcm picks up the driving habits
and it learnes where the sensors are normally when you drive
if you reflash the pcm it will go back into the state it was coming off the production line and when it reads all the flow it should not set a cel anymore
first off its a MAF sensor...Mass Air Flow....all aftermarket CAI's use your stock unit...to this date no high flow, corrected, or any other type of aftermarket unit is out...a bigger maf with a better correction rate at higer Freq would be nice tho...big intakes, more over all flow but then the TB become a bottle neck and restriction...but thats a whole other post...
jon..i wish to know what the hizzle your talkin about?...a reflash aint gonna do DICK....the most you can do with a simple reflash is changer your MAF fail Freq...not gonna solve this problum tho..
you could fix it with useing a Wideband and re-doing your entire VE/timeing maps with your MAF sensor correction rates...but that takes time, wideband and some know how...
what i would sugjest(sp?) is scaning the car with a simple code reader...then post the code so myself and others can know what the car is "thinking" and then problum solve from there.
off the batt tho...dissconnect the battery to clear the ECU then drive the car for a SOLID 20-30 min...very easy for the first 15-20 min
BUT you must take the rpms ALL the way up..so lock it in a gear and drive it to redline a few times...
then for the last few min drive it kinda hard this way the car will re-scan and learn its ST/LT fuel trims, VE maps, air flow and cylinder air mass maps...and it will do its best to take thouse maps and corralte them with you MAF's readings...that'll hopefully make the car happy and thus NO CODE