Toyota Corolla Mass Air Flow Sensor

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Toyota Corolla Mass Air Flow Sensor

Your Toyota Corolla provides a high level of value thanks to its reliability, durability and economy. An aftermarket Toyota Corolla MAF sensor from AutoZone gives you more of what you love by improving the engine's use of air flow and increasing the efficiency of the combustion cycle to give you extra miles per gallon.

Power and performance aren't the first attributes that come to mind when drivers think about economy cars. However, that's exactly what you get from your vehicle when you add a mass air flow sensor for Toyota Corolla from AutoZone. It accurately reads a greater air flow volume so the computer is able to minimize the amount of fuel needed for the mixture that powers the combustion cycle. At AutoZone, trustworthy advice provided by helpful staff makes your purchase simple, and we provide the right products at the right prices to help save you more. Shop our unbeatable online selection today and we'll ship it to your front door.

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Easy repair.

Gregory

in 6 months

This Mass air flow sensor took more time to open the hood than to replace. OEM comparable, would buy again.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 Toyota Corolla

This Mass air flow sensor took more time to open the hood than to replace. OEM comparable, would buy again.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 Toyota Corolla

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Buy OEM

JHartman67

in 6 months

I bought the Duralast at first. It didn't work well. Also upon visual inspection, didn't even fully look like the Denso that came with the car. This part is correct. It looks exactly the same. And when I replaced the Duralast for this, car ran like it should. Pay the extra and buy OEM (Denso). You'll save money and headaches in the long run. I spent more money and time fixing other things, only to realize it was the very Duralast MAF sensor I just put in that's causing the idle issues. Reason I replaced the original part was it failed and caused major idling issues, causing the engine light to come on. Replaced with Duralast, engine light off, idle better. But still had minor idle issues. So of course, I thought something else was causing the minor issues and not the Duralast part. This is worth it, get it first and be done with the MAF sensor woes.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2002 Toyota Corolla

I bought the Duralast at first. It didn't work well. Also upon visual inspection, didn't even fully look like the Denso that came with the car. This part is correct. It looks exactly the same. And when I replaced the Duralast for this, car ran like it should. Pay the extra and buy OEM (Denso). You'll save money and headaches in the long run. I spent more money and time fixing other things, only to realize it was the very Duralast MAF sensor I just put in that's causing the idle issues. Reason I replaced the original part was it failed and caused major idling issues, causing the engine light to come on. Replaced with Duralast, engine light off, idle better. But still had minor idle issues. So of course, I thought something else was causing the minor issues and not the Duralast part. This is worth it, get it first and be done with the MAF sensor woes.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2002 Toyota Corolla

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Nothing better than OEM

jhfisk

in a year

I got the Duralast MAF Sensor first... big mistake. The car did not run like it used to. It was sluggish and had poor acceleration. I returned it and got the Denso one. The car returned to how it originally operated and the performance was how it was supposed to be. Wouldn’t recommend anything but the OEM part.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Toyota Corolla

I got the Duralast MAF Sensor first... big mistake. The car did not run like it used to. It was sluggish and had poor acceleration. I returned it and got the Denso one. The car returned to how it originally operated and the performance was how it was supposed to be. Wouldn’t recommend anything but the OEM part.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Toyota Corolla