Question about Measuring Tools & Sensors
Need to remove the sensor so that I can use AMSOIL Power foam to clean air intake...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i have a 91 mx6. the intake is all cattywompus and im just goin to take a piece of metal and tube and cut a hole in the peice of metal and weld the tube to it take my stupid box out and run that pipe staight to a coupling and then to the cone air filter. BAM!!!! problem fixed... i maight be able to fix yours too... e-mail me firstname.lastname@example.org. k?
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: MAF sensor and injectors
the mass air flow sensor is located between the air filter housing and the air inlet to the intake manifold, remove the two band clamps holding the maf sensor, clean when cold with CRC mass air flow sensor,remember to take off the three wire plug to the maf sensor,get back to me if you need more help,please rate my fix as i strive to be the best,problems,get back to me
Posted on May 14, 2009
The mass air flow meter is fitted to the air intake pipe Its quite a simple task to change it on your own.Has for the catalytic converter all you will have to do is give the car a realy hard reving when going through the gears and drive it hard for a few miles.That will clear your cat for you.Dont listen to the shop they are out to rip you off.Good luck.Any problems you can contact me via email@example.com.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
SOURCE: my 2004 toyota tacoma has
Yes your truck is equipped with a mass airflow sensor (MAF). However, I would not just replace that because its running rough. I would begin diagnostics by first checking to see if there were any trouble codes in the engine to give you a clue as to the rough running condition. I would expect a trouble code to be present to support the descision to replace the MAF Sensor. If no codes are present I would suggest that you get the vehicle tuned up. (Spark plug replacement and throttle body cleaning and I would also suggest removing the idle control valve and cleaning the carbon and dirt out of it. Although what you were told might be correct I dont belive that is where I would start.
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
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