Auto Repair : How Do You Clean or Check a Mass Air Flow Sensor?

A mass air-flow sensor is used on fuel-injected vehicles to tell the computer how much air is going into the engine. Discover why a mass air flow sensor must be removed in order to be checked with help from an auto mechanic in this free video on auto parts. Expert: JB Hebert Contact: www.wrxtra.com Bio: JB Hebert is a machinist, metal fabricator, and auto mechanic who has been fixing and modifying all things mechanical for over 20 years. Filmmaker: David Pakman

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25 Reacties op Auto Repair : How Do You Clean or Check a Mass Air Flow Sensor?

  1. Jmarck122 schreef:

    @scrimmo You’re absolutely right!!

  2. joecobra1234 schreef:

    @scrimmo yeah sure DONT do what he did ! thats why he’s the expert and your NOT ,otherwise you wouldnt be watching this too!you f u c k i n bullshitter go bullshit to someone else !

  3. scrimmo schreef:

    @joecobra1234 Joe sounds like you need some anger management. A random guy on a youtube video is as much an expert on electronics as you are on rational discussion. Think about it.
    Some carb cleaners contain toluene, this will dissolve glues and plastics. Many contain Acetone, this dissolves plastic.

  4. billy0132 schreef:

    i am no expert but i consider myself to be fairly mechanically inclined compared to most. being a maintenance mechanic i deal with a lot of electrical repairs… carb and choke cleaner is not a magical cure all. if youve done it and it worked more power to you. probably not the best idea though thats why they make great cleaners like CRC.

  5. billy0132 schreef:

    i am no expert but i consider myself to be fairly mechanically inclined compared to most. being a maintenance mechanic i deal with a lot of electrical repairs… carb and choke cleaner is not a magical cure all. if youve done it and it worked more power to you. probably not the best idea though thats why they make great cleaners like CRC.

  6. skyanchor schreef:

    Did he say 11.8 milliohms? Who has an ohmmeter that precise outside of a testing laboratory? I’m thinking he meant ohms.

  7. rolexinSydney schreef:

    Guys….I need a cock ring not an airfuck sensor spray

  8. thanxx schreef:

    @rolexinSydney LMFAO

  9. Drudy90 schreef:

    What should my resistance be for the MAF sensor on my 02 Ford Ranger?

  10. powayflores13 schreef:

    NEVER USE carb cleaner you need to use electrical parts cleaner carb and brake cleaner leave a FILM on the MAS

  11. discretesignalz schreef:

    Backyard mechanic for sure. This is the type of person we see come into our shop because they can’t figure out why their car is running like crap.

  12. BobbyEnergy schreef:

    been nice if you tested the sensor before the cleaning too so that you can see the quantitative difference..anyways great video 🙂

  13. heartlessvietboy schreef:

    The engine pollutes the environment very badly. Birds are swimming by curbs and getting contaminated with oil. The gasoline engine pollutes the water and ground because it leaks oil.

  14. JonneyTurbo65 schreef:

    @heartlessvietboy I would beg to differ. Unless someone does not take care of there vehicle and doesnt replace a leaky gasket or crank seal that doesnt happen. if a vehicle does leak oil it might be one drop every 3 miles…. that aint going to kill any birds….

  15. cvpjr007 schreef:

    What a dumb ass. Dozens of this type of ass clown infect craigslist and they screw up peoples cars all the time. Then I get the fucked up car and have to fix it right.
    Bozo’z like this should be executed.

  16. marcanthony07 schreef:

    why not use a Mair flow spray cleaner

  17. HVYMTL73 schreef:

    If anyone needs a Air Flow Meter- I got a awesome deal at Gardner’s Auto Parts in Pompano Beach Florida. They have a awesome web-site. Google them.

  18. syncmaster710n14 schreef:

    @skyanchor My DMM will measure milliohms to 2 decimal places and that cost me £40 from a local hardware store.

  19. dannyrose177 schreef:

    yeahh i wouldnt use anything other than a product designed specifically to clean MAF sensors those things are so delecat… stop teaching people how to ruin thier cars and cost them more money in the long run lol

  20. srdct86 schreef:

    tamper-proof torx…fat ass

  21. videogamegod88 schreef:

    just cleaned mine because my car was stalling and mechanic couldn’t find anything wrong. car seems to run better but unless it stalls again i have no idea if it worked. either way the MAF cleaner only cost me $5 so any performance gain from it is worth it

  22. casper123 schreef:

    Helpful thanks.

  23. Armydude468 schreef:

    Enough with cleaning that. Look at that battery!

  24. Armydude468 schreef:

    Enough with cleaning that. Look at that battery!

  25. nesgael1 schreef:

    MAF units use voltage signals but more often they provide frequency information to the ECU. Performance degradation is normal when there is a fault but if your car is shutting off, there may be a temperory loss of signal from other sensors. The codes do not always tell you the primary fault and some faults do not code. It is almost impossible to solve without viewing trace information from a lab scope. check everything including fuel pump and pressure, TPS cam, crank sensor coolant temp etc.

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