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Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 2007-2014 Discussion, MAF P0102 in Aftermarket Intake. in Cadillac Escalade Forums; I wrecked my old Escalade (2004 ESV), and Salvaged the INJEN intake from it, and I noticed that I could ...
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    MAF P0102 in Aftermarket Intake.

    I wrecked my old Escalade (2004 ESV), and Salvaged the INJEN intake from it, and I noticed that I could just slip it on and replace the stock one my 2007 ESV had. I swapped it out and I put a Breather Filter on the little pipe coming out of the Head (it was plugged into the stock intake, but the 04 intake didnt have a place to insert it at). I placed the MAF Sensor where the old stock MAF Sensor was in the 04 Intake. It drove fine for a couple of days, when suddenly, Traction and Stabilitrak are disabled randomly. I restarted my truck then I notice the Engine Light comes on. Error Codes: C0561, P0102, P0121, P0171, P0174, and P0172 appear. There is a sensor in the front driver caliper (I was told a speed sensor) that was throwing a Code, and also the other codes were showing that the Truck was running Lean, and the MAF Sensor was experiencing an Error. I am putting my Stock intake back on for the time being. Hopefully the codes clear! But any suggestions? As to the MAF Sensor being bad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phasmaphobia
    I wrecked my old Escalade (2004 ESV), and Salvaged the INJEN intake from it, and I noticed that I could just slip it on and replace the stock one my 2007 ESV had. I swapped it out and I put a Breather Filter on the little pipe coming out of the Head (it was plugged into the stock intake, but the 04 intake didnt have a place to insert it at). I placed the MAF Sensor where the old stock MAF Sensor was in the 04 Intake. It drove fine for a couple of days, when suddenly, Traction and Stabilitrak are disabled randomly. I restarted my truck then I notice the Engine Light comes on. Error Codes: C0561, P0102, P0121, P0171, P0174, and P0172 appear. There is a sensor in the front driver caliper (I was told a speed sensor) that was throwing a Code, and also the other codes were showing that the Truck was running Lean, and the MAF Sensor was experiencing an Error. I am putting my Stock intake back on for the time being. Hopefully the codes clear! But any suggestions? As to the MAF Sensor being bad?
    Keep me posted i gotta 03 and im fighting a p0102 as well, i already swapped the MAF and PCM with a known good one i also traced and tested the wiring to no avail, going after a possible intake leak and fuel pressure test next

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