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[diy] Cleaning Maf Sensor

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Posted 19 October 2011 - 01:46 PM



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Recently decided to clean my mum's suzuki swift. I didn't managed to captured the photos due to only I work myself and hand full of dirt

It has not been clean since car delivered couple of years ago.

Step 1: remove negative battery terminal
Step 2: Remove the entire air intake filter box (tools u need just Philip screw driver). But remember the process of the removal as you need to assemble it back
Step 3: remove the wire connector attached to MAF sensor so that you can take out the entire sensor for easy cleaning.

Step 4: There are 2 screw located on top of the MAF sensor. You need a very short "L" shape screwdriver to loose them.

Step 5: Clean the MAF Sensor (like a match shape) with MAF spray (can be purchase from car accessories shop). You may spray 5 - 6 times interval. The spray will self dry instantly. However you may choose to dry it under the sun but not too long else the sensor will damage.

Step 6: Assemble all the pieces you have took out earlier.

Happy cleaning wink.gif