Question about 2001 Hyundai XG300
I'm stock with my car (so no ride to go to the store) what can i use to clean the mass sensor whitout damaging it?....pat
CRC makes two products that could be applicable: "Mass Air Flow Sensor Cleaner" and "Electronic Cleaner"
Be careful when removing the sensor and when spraying the piece. Allow it to dry (shouldn't take long at all) and reinstall the sensor. Have a friend drop off a can of the cleaner, which will probably cost about $6-8 per can.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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