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Does the engine ever run differently, throttle response, misfire, hesitation?
P0108 is a MAP code. The MAP sensor is incorporated into the EGR valve on this model. I have replaced them often for that code.
The P0113 and P2106 were set when he unplugged the MAF sensor with the engine running. The engine should definitely not stall when unplugging the MAF with the engine running, the computer has multiple failsafes that will keep the engine running even with loss of MAF signal. If the P2106 ever returns, I would recommend replacing all 8 of the ignition coils and spark plugs. Very common for these coils to breakdown and emit large amounts of RF which plays havoc with the throttle body control circuits. Definitely do not replace the throttle body if that code returns without changing the coils/plugs first.
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All I can say is unplugging the MAF with the engine running will definitely cause P0113 and P2106. Yes you can clear it. If by chance the P2106 returns then my comment about the coils applies. The original P0108 would be the MAP, it is probably an intermittent problem.
You can clear codes by disconnecting battery for an hour. As I stated the MAF (mass air flow) and the MAP (manifold absolute pressure) sensors are 2 different things. Clearing the codes will take care of the P0013 and P2106. You did not repair anything for the P0108, If it returns I would replace the EGR valve, the MAP is integrated into the EGR valve. If the 2106 returns then the coils would be the concern, but I am confident unplugging the MAF caused both those codes.
Idle speed hot in gear 600-800 rpm.
P0108 cannot be caused by MAF....only MAP. Idle too high that is 1000 - 1500 rpm. Does it feel like the engine is idling high? Hard to hold back with the brakes?
Yes I don't understand why MAF was replaced. It is NORMAL for engine to not stall when unplugging MAF. Did the idle concern show up after the MAF was replaced?
Was it a Ford MAF or aftermarket?
I would put the ford maf back on, disconnect battery for an hour and see if the idle goes back to normal.
Thats too bad. has to be that since it started after installing it. Either that or something not assembled correctly during replacement.
Your in a tight spot, not sure what to tell you. Either see if the parts store will take it back and give you the core, or purchase a ford sensor. The final billing will be completed with a positive rating using the stars.