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rough idle and poping (maf sensor)?

 
Old 10-28-2017, 08:51 PM
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hi im jake
i just bought a 2010 SS all of a sudden it started bogging down and popping at around 30 mph i pulled over and it wanted to die.
well it didnt die it just ran like complete crap i was able to check the codes and there was p0171 p0174 p0131 p0151 p0113.
i did a lil research to see what i can find and someone said unplug the maf sensor. i did it runs great.
so i got new maf sensor installed it same thing runs real bad. this is where im stuck i clear the codes and im now getting p0171 p0174 p0131 p0151.
so im guessing o2 sensor related.
the dealer says they think it has a cam. but im sceptacle because it only has a cold air intake and exaust.

any info would be much appreciated
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Old 10-31-2017, 07:34 PM
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Originally Posted by jdoran001 View Post
hi im jake
i just bought a 2010 SS all of a sudden it started bogging down and popping at around 30 mph ...

...the dealer says they think it has a cam. but im sceptacle because it only has a cold air intake and exaust.
Holy this can be a million different things; Lean Bank 1, Lean Bank 2, 02 Sensor Low Voltage, IAT Code.

You said "just bought" and "dealer says they think"
If your saying you just bought this from the dealer and no one knows what mods are in it then my first questions are
*How long you had it, *How many miles since you bought it, *Was it running fine when you bought it. Depending on your answer my next question might be why isn't this the Dealers problem ?
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