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Old 07-09-2012, 03:12 PM   #1
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2001 318ci MAF sensor question R.E. P0102, P0112

Hi all,

My car has been idling rough for a little while, so earlier I hooked it up to the Torque Android app and ran an error code check.

I got back the codes P0102 and P0112 (no error light though). Looked them up, they both seem to be either MAF or general air flow related.

I viewed the 'live' values for the car when it was running and the Mass Air Flow Rate value isn't available. I'd say this means my sensor has gone for it, but I assumed the engine light would've come on?

I don't have an oiled filter or anything, I've tried cleaning and refitting the sensor to no avail. Any other way I can check if the sensor is dead before I buy a new one?


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