CRC Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAF) Cleaner
you C R C mass airflow Sensor cleaner with the engine off. Always wear gloves and eye protection and insert the straw into the novel. Before an application. Remove the air filter to gain access to the map sensor located between the air box and the throttle body. We recommend removing the sensor for best cleaning, but it's not absolutely necessary. Place a towel under the math to catch any runoff. Using the straw attachment, apply 10 to 15 short burst of CRC mass airflow sensor cleaner to the hot wire or the hot plate. Be careful not to let the straw or anything else come in contact with Hotwire's. Keep the end of the straw 4 to 5 inches from the hot wire. Be sure to spray all sides of the map sensor and clean all wires and connectors, then reassemble the math and allowed to dry thoroughly before we starting the engine. Remember, CRC math sensor cleaner is safe on plastic. Often, technicians will try to use throttle body carburettor or brake parts cleaners to clean sensitive map sensor components. But these aggressive cleaners can be damaging to plastic, which most map sensors are housed in today. If the plastic degrades or warps the math, Hotwire can shift in malfunction, resulting in expensive repairs. Use only the original mass airflow sensor cleaner from CRC industries to safely clean the delicate components of the sensor. Regular use will restore horsepower, reduce rough, idle decrease hesitation and pinging and improve gas mileage.