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How to replace mass air flow sensor in 2000 nissan maxima

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open the hood. it's on the left hand upper handside with a black cover. pull up the cover and you'll see a black box. pull up the cover and you'll locate the mass air flow sensor underneath the cover.

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It could be the petrol filter which wants changing it is underneath the car just forward of the petrol tank on the drivers side; It should be behind a plastic cover which will have to be removed to access the filter.
It could be a number of other engine related problems, for instance a H.T. cable from the distributor to the coil could be breaking down! it could be a crack in the Dist. cap! which is arcing inside the cap or even be one of the plugs/ or lead! which is packing up Or even a air/vacuum leak! somewhere. There are diagnostic code scanners for sale on e-bay which could point you in the right direction. They are pretty easy to read and cost 14.99 english pounds plus around the same again for postage.
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If the mass flow sensor was bad, the check engine light should of came on giving off an engine code. To remove the mass flow, disconnect battery neg cable, then pull of the wire harness and pull out mass. You will probably have to remove the air intake hose.

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SOURCE: HOW TO REPLACE MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR

The MAF is in-line with the air filter intake tube. Just locate the intake tube and follow it to the air filter box. There should be a wire connector in between, that's your MAF. You should be able to remove it with a phillips screwdriver and a 10mm wrench.

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Very common for the coil pack to fail on this model, also the plugs are a pain to change and are often left, try these first.

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