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I have a 99 996.

I know this has been covered many times :eek: but how do I clean my MAF? Can you direct me to a DIY thread?

Thanks in advance for your input.



Read Mike Focke's Boxster Pages, he has a very comprehensive page on MAF's, including how to clean them, what type of cleaner to use, etc, with photos.

Here is the link: http://mike.focke.googlepages.com/checkeng...ssairflowsensor

Go down to the part that is entitled "The Do It Yourself Guide to MAF Cleaning and/or Replacement". That should cover everything you need to know.

Regards, 1schoir.

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Take it out of the intake completely, bring it to your backyard, and spray all the channels/wires liberally with contact cleaner, available at any Fry's Electronics or a computer store. Let it air dry (shouldn't take more than a minute) and re-install it. 5 minutes and you're done. I did this and my CEL hasn't returned. I did see a fair amount of dirt in one of the channels despite my filter element being pretty clean. It's defintely easy enough to try before heading to a dealer.


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