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I tend to agree with 93b on this, that they are separate, although will admit that these cars are pretty sensitive to electrical "silliness" so wouldn't rule anything out.
Back in the late summer IIRC my car started to throw a P0100 MAF code -- no measurable performance deterioration, but did end up replacing the MAF. Interestingly, the first replacement I got (a Delphi - generally a known good brand) ended up throwing a code pretty quickly after that, so I returned it and got the Genuine Saab version and all has been good since.
I also tested the circuit at the connector (found a YouTube video that demonstrated how with a voltmeter and the attached thread with expected values) and also cleaned the connector itself.
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