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I noticed the dealer price for a MAF is $500-$600 when the same part number in a Bosch box is ~$200. Is there something special about the one the dealers source? Is there some value add or is it simply demand driven to the age of these cars? Based on reading several posts, stick with the model you have in your car when purchasing a new one. Posting this info in case others need it: 99660612300 non-egas a.k.a cable throttle (Bosch Part # 0280217007) 99660612400 e-gas or M620 option C4's and others (Bosch Part #0280218009) 99660612500 or 99660612501 newer egas version from 2002 up but ma
The MAF in my 2001 996 turbo died. I called the dealer in Oregon from whom I buy my parts and they wanted $570, and told me this was down from MSRP of about $770. I bought the Bosch unit from Amazon.com for $149.95 with free shipping. It is an exact replacement; it even has the Porsche part number on it. I just wanted to pass this on because it was such a good deal.
Hello gang, My 2000 996 C4 was throwing codes and idling at 1200 or even higher in spurts. I was told I should replace the MAS. So I did. When I fired it up it wouldn't even hold an idle before dying and it was very rough shaking the car. I put the old one back in, cleared the codes and lived with the high idle for the summer. I was then told that I should have disconnected the battery and drain any juice before reconnecting the battery after a new MAS instal. Supposedly the ECU needs to reprogram. So, I did that. Put in new MAS, disconnect battery and reconnected. Started it and i