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I can't find the mass air flow sensor on my 1989 oldsmobile delta 88.

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It right on top of the motor, to the right if your looking standing infront of your car. Connected to the intake area. It has a 3 wire plug into it.

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Go to parts store and look at sensor maybe easier to find

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