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Old 06-09-2011, 10:45 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default MAF Sensor Removal

What size T-Wrench should i use to remove my MAF sensor?
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I believe you need to use a security torx t-10
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Old 06-09-2011, 11:11 PM   Thread Starter #3
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Good looking out I3LAZEN.
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Anytime bro
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Default Re: MAF Sensor Removal

Planning on taking out the MAF sensor and cleaning it this weekend. What should i use to clean it? Also, is it safe to do so, i read some where that it says the MAF senors are a bit delicate if not handle carefully.
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Default Re: MAF Sensor Removal

They have a CRC MAF spray cleaner, try not to drown it with it.

Do not use any brake cleaner or any liquid stuff, if you have a compressor , turn it down to 20 psi and blow it dry.

thanks for reminding me as well , I need to do mines on my 5th gen
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Thanks NiZMo1o1 will do so!
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