It may be a leak in the tube that connects the MAF to the throttle body. If the check engine light is not illuminated, it will make the job of finding the problem a lot more difficult. it could have a pluged fuel filter or a pluged air filter or a pluged catilitic converter. Maybe a bad fuel pump
It is about the size of a pack of smokes, but thin and flat. It is bolted to a bracket on the left side of the engine between the valve cover and Throttle body. It has a wide flat electrical connector pluged into it.
It does not have a cable. That is an ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION and it has a speed sensor in the drivers side of the transmission tail shafthousing that is round in shape and has an electrical connector pluged into it and is held in place with 1 small bolt.
It is right behind the distributor. It lays horizontal and is about 3 to 4 inches long with an electrical connector pluged into it. It is screwed into a 90 degree brass fitting. It is hard to see and to get to.
Take the inside of the glove box out and then look inside of it and to the right in behind the dash and you will see it. It is about 2 inches thick,10 inches long and about 8 inches wide with alot of electrical wires pluged into it.