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Toyota MAF There is no provision for the heated wire that you were inquiring about. I did not think so, but I did check for you. Nissan was famous for that idea "back in the day". Our MAFs are just the air temp sensor & the resistors for the air volume. Extremly small units, indeed. It may be of interest to you that the Corollas and the Celicas are the main candidates for our P-0171 discussion, Tacomas far fewer, and Camry/Avalon bringing up the rear. Seems as thought the snaller the engine, the more apt they are to the P-0171. Interesting,

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  • Toyota Ed Sep 16, 2008

    My work car is a 93 Camry, V6/5 speed. It too has the hydraulic cooling fans!

    They were not offered for very long.

    Interesting setup.

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Thanks for getting back to me, I have never worked on Toyota cars, except as used ones on our lot, I remember one that had a hydraulic cooling fan that was truly unique, have a good day.

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    yadayada Sep 16, 2008

    Thanks for the rating and the info.

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