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Old 02-10-2005, 02:18 AM   #1
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Where can I puchase a used or new reasonably price MAF for a 1990 Bonneville?

Should I go new or used?

Car is in good shape.
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NEW. Only. Buying a used MAF sensor is worse than buying used tires. They have limited lifetimes, and are very delicate. A worthy investment.

Try www.gmpartsdirect.com , 40% off retail. AC Delco MAF sensor would be best.
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I would probably go new....but if you wanna go used try a local salvage yard.
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It depends how much you care about your car.. junkyard if you don't care a whole lot, new if you care a whole lot. I recommend new, just because that'* what I would do.. and you get what you pay for, and junkyard electronics aren't always good.


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NEW. Only. Buying a used MAF sensor is worse than buying used tires. They have limited lifetimes, and are very delicate. A worthy investment.

Try www.gmpartsdirect.com , 40% off retail. AC Delco MAF sensor would be best.
That'* why I stockpiled a whole bunch of used MAFs for free
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I got mine on ebay 3 years ago. It was a new AC Delco unit for about half the price.
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