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    Default Is it possible to map off a MAF sensor on 2.0tsi cczb med17.5?

    Hi all,

    My car doesnt like MAF sensors. Every time i plug it in the car hesitates. Ive tried a new MAF too.

    Is it possible to take the MAF off and if anyone can do this i will be greatful


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    Seat Leon 1p FR 2009 2.0 TSI MED17.5 CCZB
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    If you unplug MAF, does it work fine or not?
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    Hi there, Yes with it unplugged it runs ok.

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    send fault code
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    P0100

    does drink alittle more but other than that it's fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by alextinou View Post
    P0100

    does drink alittle more but other than that it's fine
    Hello friend. here is the file. You can try and report. No checksum corrected but kess v2 corrects it if i am sure.
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    eeti(SEAT LEON 2.0_TFSI_200 VERSION_#03 SW#1037501823)P0100.rar
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    May be you have un metered air, manifold leak and the air mass cannot keep up. I have come across this before.

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    he has also bigger turbo so maybe needs bigger maf
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    Im not sure but i do have another error now which is MAP/MAF Throttle position P0068 Correlation, thank you all for helping me

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    When blanking MAF are you not supposed to set the MAF reading to one level in the ecu ? Im not sure how it works im leaving it to you professionals haha

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    You maybe right about a leak. My cars turbo will kick in around 2.5k however it will full boost 4.5k which i dont think is normal. I cant seem to track down the leak. Even with a smoke tester nothing shows. Maybe because maf is no good ?>

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    James this already has MAF off. Can you simply delete P0068 only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alextinou View Post
    James this already has MAF off. Can you simply delete P0068 only.

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    Here friend. pass the same.

    eeti(SEAT LEON 2.0_TFSI_200 VERSION_#03 SW#1037501823)_MOREPOWER_P0100_P0068.rar
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