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I was fixing my car to pass the smog. I changed a few things, o2 senor, EGV valves, air filter…etc etc. While I was doing those, I dropped my airflow meter on the floor (so stupid) & now the idle becomes very rough. It is ok on high RPMs, but when it gets to low idling RPMs it just goes up & down 100-200, it just doesn’t stable. The good news is that I passed the smog, but now I have this idling problem. I disconnected the plug from the airflow meter & the car would die rite away. I also notice a bit of power loss at high RPMs…

Do u guys agree that it’s the airflow meter? Or something else?

BTW, I haven’t put my turbo back yet due to the fact that I just finished my head job a few months ago, so it’s stock right now.
 

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there's plenty of mkIII guys around your area. find someone and try a new afm. it wont hurt to try.
 

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Definetely the AFM. Make sure both parts of the electronics are plugged in ALL the way even if they look like they are. If electronics are plugged in all the way and still in-tact, gj you broke your AFM :stickpoke
 
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thx guys...i'll head out & find a replacement rite away. Keep u guys posted.
 
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