360 fault code

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  1. 962 kid

    962 kid Rookie

    Sep 5, 2004
    Calgary, Alberta
    Full Name:
    Michael Boulanger
    Does anyone know what the fault code P1104 means? I cannot seem to find it, so any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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  3. thomas_b

    thomas_b Formula Junior

    Sep 15, 2003
    LH-B AIR-FLOW METER ( P1104 )


    Minimum value reached, probable S.C. to ground

    C.C. to ground or minimum value reached


    Engine operation check (check all the components that may "unbalance" the engine if malfunctioning). Wiring / component intactness check.


  4. Akram

    Akram Formula Junior

    Aug 17, 2009
    Clive, Iowa
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    Ray Salloum
    This is an old thread but I thought I would light it up. I have a 2001 360 and the idle is fluctuating after it warms up. I am getting the P1104 code on my OBD scanner as well. If I unplug one or both of the 2 MAF sensors it idles well. If I plug both back in, it idles rough, like from 900 RPM to 1300 and everywhere in between. Anyone know how to fix this or what’s the culprit other than both MAF sensors?
  5. Ingpr

    Ingpr F1 Rookie

    Jun 30, 2009
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    Did you tried to clean the AFM's?
  6. Akram

    Akram Formula Junior

    Aug 17, 2009
    Clive, Iowa
    Full Name:
    Ray Salloum
    Yes I cleaned the AMF (Mass Air Flow Sensors) with CRC brand Mass Air Flow Sensor cleaner. Then I was advised by 2 mechanics to never clean them, they will go out when they go out and cleaning them speeds the process? I also cleaned the plugs, contactors, with CRC electrical contact cleaner. Anyway, I am 99% sure I have one or two bad Mass Air Flow Sensors? The part number on the Bosch MAF's is the same part number on a Land Rover and Honda Accord model. The Ferrari MAF is $250.00 and the Honda or Land Rover is $50.00, but has to be ordered in.
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