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Default MAF sensor replacement

The only tool you will need is a T20H driver.

These are the ones with a hole in the center


Remove the connection plug from the MAF. It'* located on the throttle body.


Now using your T20H driver, remove the two screws holding the MAF in place.



Now carefully remove the MAF sensor, a slight twist may be needed.


Now put the new MAF in the throttle body and put the screws back.

Plug the new MAF in.

Your all done.
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