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What's the trail fix for a bad MAF sensor on a D2?

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ROVRMAN2

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Does that MAF sensor spray cleaner work or is it marketing?
2005 LR3, sliders, ARB bumper,Superwinch X9,Front Runner roof rack,OME ladder,
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If you have a lot of oily blow by getting to your maf then it can help. I've never had a maf perform worse after cleaning it. If the maf was dead already no amount of cleaner will revive it.

I have two mafs that I cycle between at each smog check. So every two years current maf gets cleaned and put away, and spare maf is installed when doing the bi-annual smog tune up.




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