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#7: 03-13-2013, 08:55 PM
 
 KCwagon
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Originally Posted by haycock View Post
as i understand it, carb cleaner leaves a residue on the MAF sensor while MAF sensor cleaner leaves no residue. so maybe you can try cleaning it with MAF sensor cleaner before buying a new one. I'm not sure if it will wash off the residue or not but its worth a try.
That is a good idea.