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How To Clean Mass Air Flow Sensor On Your Ford Mustang

Last Updated 7/24/2020 by Taylor Ward

Check our LMR's easy to following guide on how to clean your Mass Air Flow Sensor on your Mustang. Cleaning your Mass Air Flow Sensor is easier than you think!

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How To Clean Mass Air Flow Sensor On Your Mustang - How To Clean Mass Air Flow Sensor On Your Mustang


  1. Disonnect the negative battery cable.
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  3. Disconnect the MAF Sensor.
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  5. Remove the intake tube from the throttle body to the Mas Air Flow. In our application we have an aftermarket intake.
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  7. Remove all of the associated hardware from the MAP housing and completely remove from the engine bay.
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  9. Using a quality lint-free cloth, wipe down the inside of the tube. Make sure that you do not physically touch the sensor itself as this could cause the sensor to be damaged.
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  11. Check for dirt, debris, etc that is within the housing and clean accordingly.
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  13. Make sure that you are using Mass Air Flow Cleaner spray when cleaning the sensor. Spray the sensor 10 to 15 times onto the sensor wires and hot plate. Make sure you thoroughly clean when done.
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  15. Make sure that the sensor is left dry for a while as well as any cleaner residue before reassembly. Reverse the steps for reasembly, test drive, and you're all done!
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Published on 2020-06-26
Cleaning your Mass Air Flow sensor isn't as difficult as you may think. All you need is some simple hand tools and some MAF cleaner.
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