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beans
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beans Nov 7, 5:04pm - #319774 
2000 white Toyota Celica GTS
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screws on the MAF sensor

anyone know what exact screws goes into the holes that attach the maf sensors to the AEM CAI gen 2?

Why do i need to know? coz my fell out !!!!!!!! both of them

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RookieGTS
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RookieGTS Nov 7, 11:00pm - #319775 

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haha so what are you using to hold the MAF in place??
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Pnoy Nov 7, 11:04pm - #319776 
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AEM had a shitty screws that came with their CAI. I know coz the screws they gave was really off (too long or thread was too short). I ended up breaking the head one of the screws. So now I only have 1 screw holding it tight and that was the STOCK screw. rofl I was gonna find a shop to drill out the broken screw but what the heck.. all is working well.. Never had CEL problem thumbsup
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beans
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beans Nov 8, 1:09am - #319777 
2000 white Toyota Celica GTS
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Originally Posted by RookieGTS
haha so what are you using to hold the MAF in place??


right now shoe laces and duct tape until the weekend comes and I have time to take it out and do it right

thank gawd i kept the instruction sheet that has the bill of materials on it so I know exactly what to get
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Erick
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Erick Nov 8, 1:16am - #319778 

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Originally Posted by Pnoy
AEM had a shitty screws that came with their CAI. I know coz the screws they gave was really off (too long or thread was too short). I ended up breaking the head one of the screws. ...


I have the same situation happen rofl so i have one stock screw and a black uv resistant zip tie

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hephaestus Nov 8, 3:48am - #319779 
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It's always good to have a stock supply of different screws, washers, bolts, nuts, clamps, etc. upon etc. especially if you own a car or house.
That kind of stuff just builds up over time. I'll try to look up the specific screw for you, but I'm lazy and I would have to log out of this screen to get to my other and dig around in the PDF Celica manual then log back into here. Maybe by tomorrow. Good luck.
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RookieGTS
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RookieGTS Nov 8, 5:10am - #319780 

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n8mulder Nov 9, 12:44am - #319781 

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I replaced my two screws on my MAF, because they were stripped and I ordered them from the dealer for 0.39 a piece. I had to place an order for them and the screws arrived the next day. You can try to match them up with some other screws, but if you don't want to bother with it like me, then the dealer has them. thumbsup

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