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  1. Is the MAF Sensor easily removed and if so where do I find it ? Can this part be repaired or should it be replaced ? The car is a Year 2000 996 C2 manual.
  2. Hi, I have a fault with my 996 C2 year 2000 which is that when I accelerate both the abs and psm warning lights come on at 5000 rpm, it doesn't seem to matter weather you accelerate hard or gently as soon as you hit 5000 rpm they light up. When you stop and remove the key from the ignition and then restart, the lights go out and everything is back to normal. Apart from this fault the car drives perfectly and has done only 18000 miles, Has anyone ever experienced this fault and if so , what was the cure.
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