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Mass air flow sensor after engine swap from 2003 - 2005

 
Old 01-05-2019, 08:03 PM
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Default Mass air flow sensor after engine swap from 2003 - 2005

so my 2nd question, I swapped a 2.4l engine from a 2003 and put it a 2005 Accord Got the engine running but I get a P0102 error code low voltage on the mass air flow sensor. So I google it, go check the connector. Ugg the 2003 motor didnít have a mass air flow sensor or the wiring

So, I dont know what to do. Do I do a wiring swap. Or pull the ecu from the 2003 and have it reprogrammed with the right vin ( no clue on how this is done).

is there a way way to turn off that sensor in the ecu? Any help would be great.


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Old 01-06-2019, 09:39 AM
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Default Re: Mass air flow sensor after engine swap from 2003 - 2005

03-04 Non-SULEV only had IAT sensor.
03-04 SULEV had MAF/IAT combo sensor.
05 had MAF/IAT combo sensor.

If you use the air intake system from the 05, the MAF/IAT sensor is on that, which would connect with the 05 wiring.
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Old 01-06-2019, 10:12 AM
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Kinda what I thought, I have to pull the wiring off the 05 engine, glad I didnít sell it. Thanks, hopefully it doesnít take too long to do a wiring swap.
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