Re: 240 air mass meter
In article <Fb2dndNlRfdwJI3eRVnfirstname.lastname@example.org>,
"Robert Lutwak" <Lutwak@alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> You can test the air mass meter in place with an ohmeter. I believe
> your Haynes manual will tell you which pins to connect to and what to
> In my experience, the AMM sensor code is probably not the AMM but an
> air leak in the big plsatic tube. Check it carefully, particularly
> in the ribs. A replacement tube is about $25, AMM is probably $350.
Especially the duct between the AMM and the injection system. Air
getting in there will cause problems for sure.