posted by fatbob on 11/02/2005 23:11:00
posted by swampdonkey on 11/02/2005 17:56:08
posted by talk-torque on 11/02/2005 16:36:42
Am I right in thinking that there are two potential problems with the MAF?
1. It gets dirty - cured by cleaning, which is a reasonable DIY job.
2. It gets goosed - which is a replacement job, cost around ?150.
Are either case covered by warranty?
So far, I am unaware of any problem with my 150PD at 33K miles. She'll still go like the proverbial, when asked, and the last half tank is showing 52.5 mpg, but that does include about 50 miles through pretty thick fog at 40'ish. Usually it's around 46.
Correct sometimes they can get dirty but i guess thats because u have a rubbish air filter
. Or yes they get knackerd but the good news is that the stealers do exchange them for 70ish quid[
Define 'rubbish' in this context. Do K&N filters cause a prob?
ok see wot you mean sorry for the non specific term[
)] when i said "Rubbish" I meant an air filter that is not filtering the air correctly e.g an old air filter that lets particles through that a new one wouldn't and yes it could be a worn K+N that needs replacing.
Although they may say a K+N is for Life- its not a puppy[