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MAF Confusion

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I have a 2000 S that has been lacking low end torque. It was suggested that I swap out the MAF. Well...

Currently installed in my car is 986.606.125.01

Pelican parts contacted Porsche with my VIN # and was told that I should be using 996-606-123-00

Reading Mike Focke's Page

Mike's MAF Page!

My MAF may have been changed and the ECU re-flashed to accommodate the new part.

Is there any way for me to tell if this has been done without the service records? I wish to replace the MAF but want to use the right part...

I have a Durametric scanner if that will help...

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Your original MAF was a 996.606.124.00. Your car is egas (MY200 on) so 996.606.123.00 will not work in your car.

If your car now has a 996.606.125.00 or 996.606.125.01 then it has been reprogrammed for that (newest style) MAF.

You need a 996.606.125.01 for your car.

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