Question about 1992 Chevrolet Corvette
No...Inside the bore of the unit (where the air flows through), you will find two thin wires. In operation, those wires become hot changing their electrical resistance ...when dirt accumulates on them it serves as insulation. (they depend on air flow cooling them off to obtain a reading...more flow = more cooling and therefore different resistance value) To clean them use a Q-tip and carb cleaner and carefully wipe off any dirt. If cleaning does not help, there are tests you can do to check it (they can actually fail, aside from just becoming fouled.)
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