Be more specific. Is that 10,200 ... or 102,000? Loss of power when? During what position on the throttle?
For example, if driving away from a stopsign or redlight feels sluggish followed by what appears to be a delayed normal response, separate your MAF from your AIRpump so that the AIRpump (which is probably bad now) ceases to breathe moist, dirty exhaust air onto your MAF.
If throttle response gets worse the more you step on it, get under an extremely dark spot, pop open the hood, and search for sparks. If you see any, replace those ignition components guilty of leaking current.
Either way, now's a good time for an EGR Valve & Solenoid replacement ... unless it's only 10,200.