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nebraskaGTS
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nebraskaGTS Sep 22, 1:23am - #281521 

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Cleaning MAFS

i know i read a thread on here once about how to clean your MAFS, but i can't find it for the life of me. i thought it said to use non-chlorinated brake cleaner, but i am scared to use it w/o double checking b/c i know how powerful brake cleaner is, and i'm real scared it's gonna F up my MAFS. anybody help me out wiht some tips? thanks
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Miketrd
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Miketrd Sep 22, 1:29am - #281522 
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Use Carburetor & Throttle Body Cleaner" (A cleaner that will not attack plastic or leave a residue on the wires).

Check the install guides : MAF Sensor How to clean
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TRDAzNCeli
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TRDAzNCeli Sep 22, 3:27am - #281523 

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i justed used some alcohol and a q tip. and it DOES NOT damage it. I dont have any probs
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Haulin_A_Doo
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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 22, 3:35am - #281524 
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I used non-lubricated electronics cleaner that I picked up at Radio Shack & a Q-Tip. thumbsup
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nebraskaGTS
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nebraskaGTS Sep 22, 3:42am - #281525 

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cool beans, i was gonna clean my throttle body tommorow anyways, so now i can just clean my MAFS while i am at it. thanks thumbsup
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Polykarb
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Polykarb Sep 22, 3:52am - #281526 

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Originally Posted by nebraskaGTS
cool beans, i was gonna clean my throttle body tommorow anyways, so now i can just clean my MAFS while i am at it. thanks thumbsup


If you clean your throttle body, take it off the engine so no cleaner residue gets into the engine. Just be safe with it thumbsup

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