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Old 10-11-2006, 04:26 PM   #1
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Had a diagnostic on my car they cleaned the mass airflow it is still out of range. Fule pressure is 42 psi, poor voltage sweep pattern on the O2, so I will change the O2. I looked at GM parts direct I can't find the MAF or a part number. Should I stick with stock GM or is there something better? We live in California so it has to be smog compliant. The AAA diagnostic center wanted $227.00 for the MAF. Does that sound about right?

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is that all you have to do is pop out the old MAF sensor and put the new one in its place? no adjustment, just pop it in. A1 Cardone has the sensor (remanufuctured) for $114.00 Napa has a (new) one for $190.00 . go with AC Delco,remanufuctured,or some other new brand. does Denso make a good O2 sensor? i know the Bosch O2 sensor doesn't last long in are cars, just dont know why.

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Talk to Ed Morad about a new MAF.
shoot him an email at Ed @ MoradPartsCompany.com He should be able to help you out.
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