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slidr
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slidr Oct 2, 6:35am - #289685 

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Quick Question about MAF Sensor...

Just took it off my Intake to clean it, and I was wondering how I can get to the actual sensor.

Does it just unscrew, the part that the temperature probe is attached to, where the o-ring is?

Doesn't say in the install section.

Thanks.

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Virgilson Oct 2, 7:11am - #289686 

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i think you just need to spray or swap it with sometime...
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Blue_Bomber Oct 2, 7:15am - #289687 
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You need to spray that wired dark amber bulb on the side of the main shaft, then spray at the two spring wires inside one side of the main shaft. After those are clean, spray up into both sides to remove all the dirt that has collected inside. No disassembly required.
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celicafourotwo Oct 2, 6:44pm - #289688 

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yeah..dont' try to open them up, you might cause something bad you don't want..

Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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slidr Oct 2, 8:12pm - #289689 

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Originally Posted by Blue_Bomber
You need to spray that wired dark amber bulb on the side of the main shaft, then spray at the two spring wires inside one side of the main shaft. After those are clean, spray up into both sides to remove all the dirt that has collected inside. No disassembly required.
Thanks. I saw an o-ring, so I thought that it might unscrew somehow.

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