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Old 03-13-2006, 09:58 PM
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cleaning maf sensor with spray...

is the CRC QD contact cleaner good for cleaning the maf sensor's wires? i've read somewhere that that is the best to clean residue without damaging the circuitry.

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alcohol on a q-tip....tread lightly...these are very delicate wires
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what about CRC QD contact cleaner?
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should work....don't know if the QD will attack any kind of coating inside the meter.
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I used CRC contact cleaner on the MAF sensor of my Pontiac Bonneville 3800 several times with no problems.
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