A 1991 Dakota does not use a mass airflow sensor.A 1991 Dakota does not use a mass airflow sensor.
MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR, LOCATED ON THE FRESH AIR TUBE FROM AIR FILTER.
That year did not have a MAF sensor / Mass air flow sensor.
Its under your mass air flow sensor
Timing is off.
Between air filter and throttle body.
Replace part, clear code and you are done!
The 2.0L engines do not have a map sensor. The ECU meters intake air through the mass air flow sensor to calculate how much fuel to inject. The 1.8L engines should have a similar setup installed on them but I dont deal in those very often. Hope this helps.
I answered this yesterday, why is it back?
No, it will not. Try replacing the belt.
the iat is built into the mass air flow sensor attached to the intake tube
your turbo wont work, ie loss of power etc.
It does not have a mass air flow sensor.It does not have a mass air flow sensor.
If your rpms bounce and jump your clutch could be going bad. Check you turbo cause it may be getting bad but first id replace your intake if its 5yrs old it sounds like your not getting enough air flow.
i think u r talking about the MAF sensor or mass air flow sensor which is like half way between the air filter and the intake manifold on the air tube
It's located in the MAF Sensor Box (Mass Air Flow). Grab a Haynes manual and find where all your air flows through.
It doesn't have a mass air flow sensor.It doesn't have a mass air flow sensor.
It does not use a mass air flow sensor.It does not use a mass air flow sensor.
You won't find one. The 1991 Chevy S10 doesn't have a MAF sensor.
Answerthe iat sensor is located in the mas air flow sensor housing its the transistor thing hanging down. looking at the plug its terminal 5 and 6Find from which side the terminals are!!
It doesn't use a mass air flow sensor.It doesn't use a mass air flow sensor.
flow sensor service condition or flow sensor is unplugged
It does not have a mass air flow sensor.
Yes, just noramlly have a higher flow rate to deal with the extra air from the turbo.