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I have a 2001 toyota corolla and I am wondering if theres any other make of toyta vechile that would match mass air flow sensors with a corolla. If so will they work the same? Please help

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A Chevrolet Prizm is the same Toyota Corolla car. Scion is Toyota also. All the mass air flow sensor of the same year and same engine size should be the same.

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