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Old 04-28-2002, 04:35 PM   #1
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Question 99 MAF problem fix?

Ok i've searched through all the past forums topics on this, but i'm really not quite clear on it.

i have a 99 impreza 2.5rs (i just got it last week) and i have a couple of MAF questions....

1)i recently found out that i can't put an intake on due to the MAF, i don't understand why the MAF blows, i understand something about the engine being to lean...but i'm still not all that clear on it.

2) i've emailed Tom from ludespeed and he told me i can replace my MAF with an AFMLINK, how complicated is this procedure? and has anyone done this?

3) are there any other MAF replacements i can get that are very easy to install and work well? (please provide links)

for now i just want to put an intake on my car, and eventually save money for the turbo, so i figured either way i go i will need to fix this MAF problem first.

Thanks to everyone in advance, this is all so new to me and i'm trying to get as much information as i can. i really appreciate your help!
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Old 04-28-2002, 05:55 PM   #2
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Old 04-28-2002, 06:34 PM   #3
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Replace MAF with MAP via standalone computer aka TecII..

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