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Old 12-04-2012, 07:47 AM
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Hey guys I have a 98 ram 5.2 and I was wondering how I would go about cleaning the maf sensor on my truck. I know I need maf cleaner not carb cleaner. But I'm not sure where you spray it to clean the sensor. I tried looking up some videos but the sensors in them are from different makes and look different. Thanks in advance guys.
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Your truck doesn't have a MAF sensor.
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Oh is it a manifold absolute pressure one then?
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MAF sensors are on diesel engines.
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