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Where is the MAF sensor?

I bought a replacement today, but it doesn't appear to look the same as the one on the car. Can you tell me where the sensor is located? Maybe I am not looking at the correct part on my car.
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The sensor in in the air intake hose between the air cleaner and the engine, it has a multi wire connector plugged to it.

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Why does my car throw the code P0100 and P0325? I have a 1995 Nissan 240sx. and it has a random misfire once in a while.


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Often a single issue can trigger multiple diagnostics codes, especially if the circuits are closely related.

Code P0100 = Mass Air Flow (MAF) Circuit malfunction

The computer has detected an issue with the MAF sensor.

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- Test the 'Ohms' reading of your Knock Sensor (undo the connector and measure the pins) to ensure it is within spec (ask Nissan for this measurement). If out of spec, replace the knock sensor.

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