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The battery light also went on as well with the check engine. I just replaced the maf sensor a day ago because I got it scanned at o’Reillys and the employee said it was most likely the maf so I cleaned the original one then put it back and it was working fine but it started to stall again so I went back to o’Reillys and he said to put the new one in because if that wasn’t the problem then it wouldn’t have worked for a little the first time so that’s what I did and it was working fine then when I got off work the check engine light began to blink as I started the car and drove home. The next morning I started my car then it turns off after a few seconds. Please let me know if y’all have any suggestions?
 

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The battery light also went on as well with the check engine. I just replaced the maf sensor a day ago because I got it scanned at o’Reillys and the employee said it was most likely the maf so I cleaned the original one then put it back and it was working fine but it started to stall again so I went back to o’Reillys and he said to put the new one in because if that wasn’t the problem then it wouldn’t have worked for a little the first time so that’s what I did and it was working fine then when I got off work the check engine light began to blink as I started the car and drove home. The next morning I started my car then it turns off after a few seconds. Please let me know if y’all have any suggestions?
The car is 2001 Toyota celiac
 

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There's probably a torn piece of the intake pipe between the throttle body and air flow meter disassemble everything between there and there and then check it for leaks after clean it with soapy the water. Flex the pipe around in every direction and see if anything opens up. Once you find it you can get by temporarily by siliconing and then taping over it to block a leak but you will need to get to a salvage yard and get you a nice one soon.
 
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