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Old 03-06-2006, 08:31 PM   #11
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P0102 is youre MAF sensor, just like i said...well yah, go ahead and replace the MAF...i replaced mine from a buick that had 302,000 miles so i guess they all last for different times..haha, get a new or reman one...but befoee you do that, clean the sensor with some brake cleaner or something, but be GENTLE...sometimes the oil from you k&n will make its way over to the sensor and mess it up, so yeah, clean it first..then replace..
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I wouldn't be so quick to use brake cleaner on an MAF... Brake cleaner can destroy the sensor..

In the past I have used Throttle body and intake cleaner, Plate coating and sensor safe..

But I do like the Qtip and alcohol method...

Does the 97 L67 use the same sensor as the L36 or is the L67 sensor designed to read more flow?

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