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Cleaning MAF on 2002?

How do I clean the MAF on my 2002 coupe?

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Take it off the car and spray it with some carb cleaner and then spray it with some air. That will clean it nicely!

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Take it off the car and spray it with some carb cleaner and then spray it with some air. That will clean it nicely!

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I started laughing as I was wondering if anyone has taken parts and stuck in their dish washer?
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I would use this instead of carb cleaner. Some the the carb cleaners can melt the plastic housing

Only about $6 a can

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I would use this instead of carb cleaner. Some the the carb cleaners can melt the plastic housing

Only about $6 a can

This is the correct stuff in this picture that I've used all on my EFI cars. Do not use Carb Cleaner on MAF's or throttle bodies!
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I can't see the pic but I assume and HOPE it's CRC MAF cleaner?????????

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I would use this instead of carb cleaner. Some the the carb cleaners can melt the plastic housing

Only about $6 a can

Thanks guys, LOL - there is a product for everything!
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I can't see the pic but I assume and HOPE it's CRC MAF cleaner?????????
Yep it is.
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Surprised, it was at the local auto parts store! Thanks again guys
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