May 8, 2013
first one p1426
second one p0103
any help please
Always check here first >>>>Link
Check continuity of the EVAP solenoid, if that's okay then you need to check that there is a feed to the solenoid. Also check whether there are any breaks in the wiring to the solenoid.
The MAF code will require a logging session to asses how much air the engine is ingesting/thinks it's ingesting.
Have a look here,Category:Fault Codes - Ross-Tech Wiki
but i have replaced the maf for a new bosch one
did you delete the previous codes? and re scan again?
That doesn't mean it's any good though. New parts can be faulty too. Logging/diagnosing is required as just replacing parts willy nilly can get expensive.
If you are adamant the new MAF is good, then you need to start tracing back wiring checking for breaks, high resistance at plugs etc
Agreed with Lewis, heard a lot of people taking MAFs back because they are faulty..
will get it exchanged tommorow and fault codes were deleted last time
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