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saspence22 Oct 3, 8:16pm - #50871 

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MAF Cleaning? How?

How and the heck do you clean your MAF? lol. What do you clean it with? Forgive My ignorance. confused

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ct Oct 3, 8:19pm - #50872 

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Originally Posted by saspence22
How and the heck do you clean your MAF? lol. What do you clean it with? Forgive My ignorance. confused


ooo, de ja vu'...i started a thread on this months ago. some people say you clean it with just a q-tip. when the check engine light goes on just disconnect your battery. the sensor is that black box locted on your Intake. thumbsup

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Caerie Oct 3, 9:26pm - #50873 

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just use a dry q tip? no solvent of any kind? rubbing alcohol?

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saspence22 Oct 3, 9:33pm - #50874 

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Yeah.. I mean should I take it off the Intake and take the sensor apart??? Unscrew those two little screws and take the thing apart? Or just clean the part that goes down into the Intake??? confused

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saspence22 Oct 3, 9:43pm - #50875 

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Yeah...take it out of the Intake? Take the sensor apart? Or just clean the part that goes down into the Intake???

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