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What causes a Mass Air Flow Meter to go bad?

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What causes a Mass Air Flow Meter to go bad?

Post  Admin on Fri Jul 15, 2011 10:14 am

The most caused MAF failures are dirt, oil contamination and air filters often shed pager fibers that accumulate on the heated wire and resistor assembly, etc.
Important: Recommend use specially formulated MAF sensor cleaner. Using carburetor cleaner or other harsh solvent will destroy the sensitivity of the sensor.
The most caused MAF failures are dirt, oil contamination and air filters often shed pager fibers that accumulate on the heated wire and resistor assembly, etc. Important: Recommend use specially formulated MAF sensor cleaner. Using carburetor cleaner or other harsh solvent will destroy the sensitivity of the sensor.
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