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Jeff

Jeff 6/9/2019

2001 Toyota Tacoma Pre Runner 4 Cyl 2.70L

Engine

When my truck is warming up it's hiccuping my diagnostic says it's the MAF sensor intermittent circuit. Should I replace

My truck is hiccuping on warming up. When it's warmed up it runs okay but once in awhile a little hiccup. My diagnostic said it's the MAF sensor intermittent circuit. Should I change out the MAF sensor?

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DodgeMaggieSRT8

DodgeMaggieSRT8 6/10/2019

I would replace it, the banks in the MAF sensor tend to go bad or start wearing down-- usually when this is the case your gas and air mixture will run too rich or too low, resulting a shaky, unequal running motor. Usually cost about $65-110.

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DodgeMaggieSRT8

DodgeMaggieSRT8 6/10/2019

I would replace it, the banks in the MAF sensor tend to go bad or start wearing down-- usually when this is the case your gas and air mixture will run too rich or too low, resulting a shaky, unequal running motor. Usually cost about $65-110.

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