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Where is the mass air flow sensor located on a 2006 ford focus?

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The mass air flow sensor will be fitted in the pipe work that comes from the air filter housing. Find the air filter housing and in the round pipe that goes towards the engine, there will be a wiring connector. this will be connected to your mass air flow sensor. Hope this helps

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