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Re: 4.8 rough idle and stalling

Posted: 09 Apr 2018 18:35
by Tinus lotz
Cool dude ....and you felt some 4.2 power also :blonde: :thumbup:

Re: 4.8 rough idle and stalling

Posted: 09 Apr 2018 18:42
by Peter Connan
I hope you did some work where the battery acid spilt!

That stuff will eat away your whole car right in front of your very eyes!

Re: 4.8 rough idle and stalling

Posted: 09 Apr 2018 18:44
by hugejp
:bravo:

Re: 4.8 rough idle and stalling

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 10:11
by Rhett
Peter Connan wrote:
09 Apr 2018 18:42
I hope you did some work where the battery acid spilt!

That stuff will eat away your whole car right in front of your very eyes!
Make a baking soda / water paste mix and scrub that spill, will neutralize the acid and stop more corrosion

Re: 4.8 rough idle and stalling

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 10:23
by graham1
Rhett wrote:
11 Apr 2018 10:11
Peter Connan wrote:
09 Apr 2018 18:42
I hope you did some work where the battery acid spilt!

That stuff will eat away your whole car right in front of your very eyes!
Make a baking soda / water paste mix and scrub that spill, will neutralize the acid and stop more corrosion
I actually havent sorted the spill out yet :redface:

I had a look at it when we opened the bonnet on Mon and it doesnt look good at all! :thumbdown:

Thanks Rhett, I will make that mix and clean it up on the weekend.

Re: 4.8 rough idle and stalling

Posted: 10 May 2018 07:34
by izakjbrt
Ok for the idiots like me, what does the MAF mean?

Re: 4.8 rough idle and stalling

Posted: 10 May 2018 07:44
by iandvl
izakjbrt wrote:
10 May 2018 07:34
Ok for the idiots like me, what does the MAF mean?
Mass Air Flow Sensor. Measures the amount of air coming in to get the air / fuel mix right.