my 2002 subaru forester just cuts off randomly whether driving or at idle

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Asked by Aug 01, 2014 at 06:25 PM about the Subaru Forester

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have a 2002 Subaru forester and now it start cutting off whilst driving or if I'm in traffic. I need to know what's causing that.

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If it does it mainly when slowing to stop or while idling it's probably dirty/faulty idle air control valve or dirty throttle plate.

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I disconnected the mass air flow sensor and it seems is the mass air flow sensor gone bad. thanks for your help

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Hey would you recommend I clean those parts mentioned or just change them?

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Hello there I've cleaned the throttle valve and it's still doing the same. I'm wondering if it's the Mass air flow sensor gone bad because when I disconnect it the forester don't shut off when idling

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