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Old 07-01-2017, 07:27 AM   #11  
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The MAF is that bit that you must unplug to get the air cleaner off. Either it is not plugged in correctly, a wire is broken or it is broken.
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The MAF is that bit that you must unplug to get the air cleaner off. Either it is not plugged in correctly, a wire is broken or it is broken.
and that would not only effect idle but most likely the rpms it runs at speed correct?
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Correct, and it usually sets a CEL
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Old 07-02-2017, 09:55 PM   #14  
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Thanks for the info, everyone

Thanks for the help, I will check it out

Could a separation in the air intake hose cause a problem? Just discovered this

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If you mean the fuzzy pipe that goes to the fender; no.

If you mean the rubber pipe that goes to the carb; yes
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It is the one that goes to the fender...TG
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The cold air intake tube you speak of , commonly called the woolly worm, is abut expensive but can be replaced by a 3 inch diameter piece of dryer hose, the metal style like this
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Just curious...what RPM should a 2008 2.4L be running at 55-60?
I just posted something similar.
My 5speed is at 70mph at 3000rpm. 5th gear
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I can drive it at 55-60 running at 2500-3000 RPM
Your stuck in 3rd gear if it's an automatic.
4th would be 2000 rpm at 60 mph using 215/50R17 tires
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