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Check filter is good and clean, if not coils need cleaning. if you can get to the inner coils, carefully brush down with a soft brush, careful not to bend fins. if still low air needs to be profesionally pulled out and cleaned.

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


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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Lack of suction at power unit


Check that the Handle has a slider to adjust air flow, Electrolux Vac's arent really designed for carpet cleaning, check hose for breaks or cuts and everything is secure, while its on run your hands all over the hose and vac to locate any air flow that should not be.

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Nov 15, 2007 | Electrolux Centralux Vacuum

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Mass Air Flow Sensor replacement?


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To Remove:
  1. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor electrical connector.
    • Mass air flow (MAF) sensor electrical connector.
    • Air inlet duct from the MAF sensor and throttle body.
    • MAF sensor from the air cleaner housing.
To Install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
    • MAF sensor to the air cleaner housing.
    • Air inlet duct to the MAF sensor and throttle body.
  2. Tighten the air cleaner duct clamps to 18 in lbs (2 Nm).
  3. Install or connect the following:
    • IAT sensor electrical connector.
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  4. Start the engine.
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Jul 07, 2010 | 2000 Oldsmobile Alero

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Over heats , and has lots of moisture vapor coming out of the bottom.it dries and everything ,but its like it's leaking water


The most likely cause is your home vent is clogged and the dryer has little or no air flow. The water is exiting the dryer with the air since there is little air flow which causes the "water leak". Clean your home vent all the way through and your dryer will probably also need a good cleaning. This should take care of the problem. Please rate this post.

Dec 14, 2009 | Dryers

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Mass air flow sensor bad on 2002 monte carlo ss


It's should be a simple remove and replace. Just make sure the engine is off. Also do not touch any of the filament wires on the sensor, just the plastic housing. Also after you install it drive the car for a little while (city speeds, cruising speeds and inbetween). That way the computer will be able to readjust its setting since it is a new sensor.

Apr 02, 2009 | 2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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Unbalanced cooling or heating


You need to balance the system. It's a matter of adjusting the dampers or registers so that you have a little less air flow near the T-stat and more to the other end of the house. Likely you have a return vent near the T-stat. That return draws air to it and likewise the T-stat. If you are getting a lot of air out of the registers on that end of the house damper them to force more air to the other end of the house. Do not close them entirely though. You may have to play with it a little to get it right. I hope this helps. Please remember to rate Fixya rate me.

Feb 23, 2009 | Ruud Central System Air Conditioner

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On off cycling, little air flow, little heat


We had the same problem with the same furnace, CODE 32 DISPLAYED ON THE LEDS. I fixed it by cutting the air inlet pipe and using a hair dryer to supply heated combustion air to the furnace. Once I did that it started to run more and more until it finally heated the house up and works fine, so far so good.

We had a severe drop in temps, sunday it was 40 and rain and that night it dropped to -5 I suspect those conditions contributed to the problem. Wife observed this has never occurred before in 14 years of operation.

Nov 13, 2008 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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I have hesitation when I step on the gas.


yes you are refering to the same component (located close to the air filter and housing ). and from what little information you
discribe it is posible its faulty due to air filter not replaced often.

Aug 25, 2008 | 2000 Nissan Maxima

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Fan sprays water. water gurgling sound


Drainage is plugged on the air conditioner and backing up into the fan housing. Try tipping it to the outside a little to give it more drain flow toward the outside. If the back of the A/C is higher then the front you can have this problem.

Jun 05, 2008 | Haier Heating & Cooling

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