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Changed the maf sensor on 2001 Sonata. I reset the emcee. Car barely start and I have to rev the engine to 3000-4000 rpm just to keep it running. What am I doing wrong?
 

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What am I doing wrong?
Hard to say at this point.

Why did you replace the MAF in the first place?
What engine are we working with?
I assume you've fitted the new sensor with the arrow pointing towards the throttle body?

If I helped you fix it, why not...

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I bought the car used. Was told that it needed a new maf so I bought one. It is a four cylinder engine. I put the old one back in and connected the harness. Car started. I disconnected the harness while the car was running and it continued to run. My main issue is that at about 2000 rpm, the car starts sputtering. It doesn't die but makes for an uncomfortable ride.
 

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My main issue is that at about 2000 rpm, the car starts sputtering. It doesn't die but makes for an uncomfortable ride.
Does the rough running clear as the engine speed increases beyond 2000 RPM?
Does it do the same thing if you drive it with the MAF disconnected?
Is the engine check light coming on?
Do you own a scan tool? Any trouble code being logged?

If I helped you fix it, why not...

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