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post #46 of 86 (permalink) Old Jan 2nd, 2013, 09:14 PM Thread Starter
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Right then got second new maf this time pierburg and done a quick test drive and mpg was going up and no flat spots will see how it goes this week
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Right then got second new maf this time pierburg and done a quick test drive and mpg was going up and no flat spots will see how it goes this week
Cracking result I'll keep my fingers crossed, I disconnected mine but couldnt get out for a run, where did you source your new maf from and 's do I need deep pockets:-(
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Hi got the pierburg one from eurocarparts they had 22% off so was down to 96
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Hi got the pierburg one from eurocarparts they had 22% off so was down to 96
yes thats alot better must go and have a look, cheers :-)
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Did ours run differently with the maf unplugged?
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Off the top of my head, I recall a price of about 190 British pounds for the hot film MAF in the Cooper D.
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The pierburg one is running perfectly at the moment although my wife has been off this week so only a few miles done
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yeah it did run but I got am elm which I was expecting :-) put back on and its still there :-/
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maf sensors

surely if maf sensor was bust car would throw up a fault code, should scanner not have picked this up in live data.
dpf another french invention from pug/cit
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I have had my scanner connected whilst driving and no codes came up, you dont get a definate fault with it as the data same to flow without fault ?????? and on the other hand too there is not a fault code for the crankcase sensor either ??????
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Hi mine never threw a code either but it drove better unplugged and now it's been replaced

It did turn the eml on when unplugged but was turned off by my scanner
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Just to be sure, when you unplugged the MAF on the Cooper D, you got an EML? Was it right away, or how far did you have to drive?

I unplugged my MAF and drove for at least 20km and got absolutely no warning lights....


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Hi mine never threw a code either but it drove better unplugged and now it's been replaced

It did turn the eml on when unplugged but was turned off by my scanner
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As soon as I turned the engine back on I got the eml
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hmmmm very frustrating this I did it again without any issues, but it was a cooler night not sure if this made any difference:-/ well the wife is driving away at it just now so will leave it until the weather warms up when I will change the crankcase sensor. :-)
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Hi Ben, sounds like you have had a right mare with your MINI. I am in a similar situation with the DPF light and was wondering if I should get the delete + remap. Would you recommend it? Do you think the work P Torque did caused the leak between the DPF and the turbo?

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