Mass Air Flow Sensor/Vane Air Flow Meter - Domestic Reman
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Cardone Mass Air Flow Sensor/Vane Air Flow Meter - Domestic Reman

Part No. 74-9524 Warranty Details  

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A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Mass Air Flow Sensors (MAFS) precisely track O.E.M. output curves and maintain specification tolerances to ensure accurate scan tool readings for proper operation. 100% resolder of critical components ensures superior electrical connections, no intermittent failures and longer product life. A1 CARDONE Mass Air Flow Sensors (MAFS) ensure reliable performance, eliminating the chance for the vehicle to stall.

Product Features:
  • 100% resolder of critical components ensures superior electrical connections, no intermittent failures and longer product life
  • On-car vehicle validation routines ensure that modules meet all form, fit, durability and performance requirements
  • All modules are 100% tested with automated computerized test equipment to ensure functionality and reliable
  • MAF Sensor Automated Test Platforms read and evaluate MAF sensor output signals during airflow simulation ensuring each MAF sensor will meet all performance requirements throughout entire operating range of vehicle and will not cause hesitation or stallin
  • Guaranteed fit and function
  • Built to meet or exceed O.E.M. performance
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Housing Color:Gray
Housing Included:Yes
Housing Material:Aluminum
Mounting Type:Bolt-On

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CardoneMass Air Flow Sensor/Vane Air Flow Meter - Domestic Reman
 
3.0

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67%

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4.0

Cardone MAF Sensor

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from Birmingham, Alabama

About Me Casual Driver

Pros

  • Easy To Use

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Trucks

Comments about Cardone Mass Air Flow Sensor/Vane Air Flow Meter - Domestic Reman:

I had a Check Engine display when I took truck to Advance Auto Parts to get my ODBII scanned. Code pointed to PCV and MAF or leak. Tried the cheap fix with the PCV first and then replaced the MAF. It cleared trouble display immediately.

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2.0

I think they are hit and miss

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from albany,ny

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Large Cars
    • Trucks

    Comments about Cardone Mass Air Flow Sensor/Vane Air Flow Meter - Domestic Reman:

    I was trying to troubleshoot a gas mileage issue and my original maf was a bit off (the car ran ok though). My before repair Long Term FT was 16%+ on both banks. The first one I installed pinned Long Term fuel trims to 25 and set a BARO parameter at 142Hz (should be 158Hz at my altitude - the old one was 148Hz. Baro is related to actual barometric pressure outside and supposedly checks the health of the sensor at near WOT independently of vac leaks and other issues). The next one had marginally worse fuel trims than the one I replaced(20%) - and worse idle quality. Baro was 146 after a few WOTs. I put the original back and the car runs ok(like it did, with the 16LTFT). Should I try another? There is an unlikely chance I do have some crazy vac leak, but I would expect at least equal performance from the replacement.

    If your MAF is truly dead, the car will compensate and probably run ok with the second replacement (the first one will eventually throw a P0171/P0174). I don't think they are remaned exactly to spec. Ford ones are also remaned(and in my experience on the ball), but they list for 3X the price of these. I am going to try to clean my old one again, and decide what to do.

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    3.0

    About what I expected

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    from Southside, AL

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        Comments about Cardone Mass Air Flow Sensor/Vane Air Flow Meter - Domestic Reman:

        Looked and fit just like OEM.
        Let's see how long it last.

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        • Q:

          Having an element that becomes "easily contaminated" sounds like something bad. Is it?
          Asked on 3/5/2012 by Anonymous

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            A:

            For assisting you in a better manner, please be more specific on your query.

            Answered on 3/7/2012 by Vincent from AAP
        • Q:

          will this fix my code of p1121?mass air flow sensor not syncernized with throttle position sensor. did put new throttle sensor on last fall.
          Asked on 2/7/2012 by Anonymous

          1 answer

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            A:

            Yes, this Cardone Mass Air Flow Meter/Mass Air Sensor with part# 74-9524 is just Masss ai flow sensor and not synchronized with throttle position sensor. In order to check the exact fit application, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle.

            Answered on 2/7/2012 by Vincent from AAP
        • Q:

          Would this cause: rough idle, rough running while driving, reduced fuel milage, and harder cold starts on a '97 Ford F-150 4wd 5.4L V8??
          Asked on 12/9/2011 by Jasond from Clearville, PA

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            A:

            An engine with a bad Mass air sensor may be hard to start or stall after starting. It may hesitate under load, surge, idle rough or run excessively rich or lean. The engine may also hiccup when the throttle suddenly changes position. However, I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not (solve/be) the problem.

            Answered on 12/10/2011 by Dennis from AAP
        • Q:

          if I have a bad mass air flow could it cause the transmission to be slow in shifting in first gear. 1997 ford expedition
          Asked on 8/27/2011 by Anonymous

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            Malfunctioning Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor can cause: A no start condition, Stalls at idle, Surging idle, Extended crank time when engine is cold, Hesitation, Stumble, Chuggle, Poor fuel economy.

            Answered on 8/29/2011 by Aaron from AAP
        • Q:

          i have a 97 f150 and it has got to the point when i stop it tries to shut off could mass air sensor be the problem
          Asked on 8/4/2011 by Anonymous

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            A:

            This might be the problem. However, I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not (solve/be) the problem.

            Answered on 8/5/2011 by Steve from AAP
          • A:

            there are 2 things that could be wrong first would be any of the vaccum hoses could have leaks or could be idle air control valve

            Answered on 9/25/2011 by Richard from Greensboro NC
        • Q:

          When Mass Air flow Sesor Goes Out, What Happens?
          Asked on 1/8/2011 by Anonymous

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            A:

            Loss of power, laggine, slower accelerations, sputtering at low rpm, change in fuel economy.

            Answered on 1/10/2011 by Mike the Auto Parts Master from AAP
        • Q:

          how to install the mat air flow sensor
          Asked on 11/20/2009 by Anonymous

          1 answer

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            A:

            In order to be more helpful in response to your question, we need specific information about your vehicle make, model, year and engine size.

            Answered on 11/24/2009 by Mike from Advance Auto Parts
        • Q:

          what is the ford p/n on the maf sensor itself? thanks
          Asked on 10/11/2009 by 93lxvert from hot springs, ar

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            A:

            In order to find the ford part number for the MAF sensor, we are going to need some of your vehicle information. At this time, we are unable to view your vehicle information. To better assist you, we request that you contact us at 1-877-ADVANCE.

            Answered on 10/24/2009 by Rob from Advance Auto Parts
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