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Miketrd
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Miketrd Nov 6, 12:51pm - #319377 
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Is this safe ?

Can i use this to clean the maf sensor???

Do i have to spray on the sensor or just the contacts ??


New with this so, help me here guys

Thanks
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SSCarbonGTS Nov 6, 9:00pm - #319378 

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Humm...

Don't know... I always use bake cleaner to clean my maf...

here a link on how to clean the maf... this is gonna help you !

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_1862388016_0_collapsed_2__1.html

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DJ_Curtiz Nov 6, 9:25pm - #319379 
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I used the same stuff, worked great, spary it on a cotton tip (thing you use to clean your ears) and then gently rub the sensor and I beleive you can use that to clean your throttle body aswell but I did not do that because I wasnt sure on exactly how much and where to spray rofl

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AzNRaCeR Nov 6, 10:55pm - #319380 
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i justed used some alchohol...worked for me thumbsup

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Celica_Zheng Nov 7, 5:18am - #319381 
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I used that stuff and just spray it all over the senor and let it dry. haven't had any problem with it
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unsceenTRD Nov 7, 8:32am - #319382 
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Originally Posted by DJ_Curtiz
I used the same stuff, worked great, spary it on a cotton tip (thing you use to clean your ears) and then gently rub the sensor and I beleive you can use that to clean your throttle body aswell but I did not do that because I wasnt sure on exactly how much and where to spray rofl


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QTRMLR_1 Nov 7, 9:19am - #319383 

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hmmm...I think a good spray is all that you need...don't think you need to use a cotton tip and especially those a little too aggressive on their ears might break their sensor haha.

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