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#1 (permalink) Old 01-07-2010, 07:56 AM
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replacing mass air flow sensor

I need to replace my mass air flow sensor and I'm wondering how simple it is. I have little money and would rather not pay someone to do this if I can handle it. I know it's just one cable but that's all I know. Can anyone give me or direct me to instuctions?
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It's very easy to do, once you get the air filter box off. Your best bet to find instructions on how to do this are actually on the K&N website. Look for the Rav4 Typhoon intake, then download the installation manual for the intake. It goes through the steps to remove the air box, then remove the MAF sensor. Then just do everything in reverse.

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Thank you Soleq, I will follow your advice.
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