Thanks for the quick response Marty.
I started and let the car run for 30-minutes, then I limped up and down my street for an additional 15-minutes. But after a total of 45-minutes of operation, the problem seemed to get worse.
I purchased the MAF from a reputable supplier (GermanStar in AZ). They are endorsed by a number of people who post in the forum. I purchased the whole MAF (housing and sensor), and it is an identicle replacement from Bosch - same manufacturer as I took out of the car, with the same model numbers in exactly the same places. It lookes exactly the same as the unit I removed. New Bosch box, with Bosch protective paper and dual caps (one blue and one white) over the housing ends. I made sure I had a solid connection with the MAF cable (heard that nice "Click" when the cable was fully seated).
While I limped up and down my street, I captured a live view from my OBD2 Reader. Which data would you like to see (I captured 19-sets of these numbers as I drove):
Short Term Fuel Trim Bank 1 (STFT B1)
Long Term Fuel Trim Bank 1 (LTFT B1)
Short Term Fuel Trim Bank 2 (STFT B2)
Long Term Fuel Trim Bank 2 (LTFT B2)
Short Term Fuel Trim B1 S1
Short Term Fuel Trim B1 S2
Short Term Fuel Trim B2 S1
Short Term Fuel Trim B2 S2
I can imagine how to do a smoke test (cigarette in front of air intake port) - and watch for smoke to appear from a part of the intake system, which would indicate a leak.
Can I use the Actron Fuel Pressure Tester for both the pressure and flow test? Can you say where I can find the fuel line to connect? Since I can't start the car with the fuel line connected to the testor, how do I initiate the tests? What kind of values should I expect?
Thanks again for your quick response!