Home > Uncategorized > Mass Air Flow Sensor Clean Toyota Tacoma 1995-2004 Mass Air Flow Sensor Clean Toyota Tacoma 1995-2004 newstrackone August 13, 2017 Uncategorized 13 Comments In this video we show how to clean a mass air flow (MAF) sensor on a Toyota Tacoma from years 1995-2004. If you have any further interest please visit … source Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Tweet Pin It Related Posts 16-year-old girl missing from Far South Side found 3 reasons why your data analysis might not be working Venus Williams drove into junction legally before fatal crash, police say About The Author newstrackone 13 Comments Rolando Arevalo August 13, 2017 tengo una tacoma 1997 pero los cables del sensor maf se cortaron y no se a que lado ba la señal y voltaje el sensor es de 3 pines JustLouIt August 13, 2017 You cheaped out and used carb cleaner lol Trop x August 13, 2017 Is this for the 4 or 6 cylinder engine? Jim O Brien August 13, 2017 I have previously removed the MAS by itself to clean, but this looks easier……gonna try / thanks. Re Run August 13, 2017 Why wouldn't you just carefully remove the sensor itself? Don't they sell a cleaner that's made specifically for MAF's? Jmaturner August 13, 2017 You can actually remove the MAF sensor alone (without removing entire air box). There are two screws on the side of it. Then use electrical parts cleaner, rather than carb cleaner. Eggsr2bcrushed August 13, 2017 Extra note. This will not clear a check engine light instantly even if it fixes the problem. It takes dozens of ignition cycles to register with the computer. Eggsr2bcrushed August 13, 2017 95 taco is different, at least with the 4 cyl. you can just remove the maf with 2 screws and the connector is way different but same process to take it off. Saves you removing the air intake. then you can spray right onto the sensor too. Claudio Zavala August 13, 2017 Curious on why your cleaned it. I'm having issues w/ engine hesitation @ speeds between 55-70. I replace Mac sensor about 1yr ago so not sure what's going on. Mary Macias August 13, 2017 You should NEVER use that type cleaner on a Mass Air Flow Sensor to clean it….use ONLY CRC that says MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR cleaner on the label…..the price is almost $10 a can…….A lot to pay I know,but better than damaging a part that that costs $$$s Xx Elite113 xX August 13, 2017 Lol i hope you put the airflow tube back on lol Rabiu Akpogu August 13, 2017 so cool Elaine Borrelli August 13, 2017 Thank you very much for your help! We got the engine light to go off after following your video. This was on my husband's 1999 Toyota Tacoma.