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|Package Contents:||Mass Air Flow Sensor, Instruction Sheet|
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Comments about Cardone Mass Air Flow Sensor/Vane Air Flow Meter - Domestic Reman:
Good, this is a great replacement for my 1995 Ford Explorer 2wd auto trans. I highly recommend testing your sensor and make sure it is reading accurately, if it dosen't even after youve tried cleaning it with MAF cleaner, its time to replace, a common problem on Ford Explorers model years 1995-2001 as well as the EGR DPFE sensor.
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Q:how would you test a air flow meter/mass air sensor to know if it is bad or needs to be replaced?
A:There should be 5 wires going to the sensor (two ground wires, source voltage wire, 2 signal wires). The grounds should be in either millivolts, source voltage should be around or above 12.7 volts if the battery is good, no more than 14.8 volts. One signal wire is the signal for the intake air temperature, the other signal is the mass air flow sensor. The mass air flow sensor signal should go up when applying the throttle, and the intake air temperature will not. To test all of these points, the engine must be running. You will need to back probe the connector with a pin.