|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 2.6 x 7.8 inches|
|Item model number||05110|
|Manufacturer Part Number||05110|
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CRC 05110 Mass Air Flow Sensor Cleaner - 11 Wt Oz.
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Bottom line is, if your car feels like it isn't getting any gas, try this cleaner on your MAF sensor before handing the keys to a mechanic. It's easy as can be...anyone can do it, and it only costs a few bucks. If it doesn't fix the problem, big deal. At least your sensor is clean, and the risk is minimal considering the potential reward.
Well, the most recent time it bogged down I was going uphill on the interstate and it bogged down for a bit, but this time, the engine light came on. Ah-ha! A clue! I said... I took the car up to smyth automotive and had them read the code, which was P0101 (MAF circuit, range or performance problem).
I took the car home and sure enough it was putting out maybe 15 Hz at idle, 28 Hz at 3500 rpm. (you need an oscilloscope or frequency counter to measure the output with the GM sensor, should be much higher apparently, maybe 35-80 Hz). I contemplated getting a new MAF sensor but saw this product and thought why not try it? After the cleaning, as soon as I turned the key, the engine light went out. Performance was just like a new car! I floored it, and my head was thrust into the headrest 'with gusto' ;) as the speedo approached scary numbers rather quickly.
I showed the product to my dad and we tried it on his 1999 suburban 5.7, which has had the engine light on for years (has close to 300k miles now)... a decent improvment there as well.
Bottom line is, if your car is due for a new MAF sensor you really ought to try this stuff, remember it is a delicate and precise instrument so handle accordingly! Please do not try brake cleaner, isopropanol, simplegreen, or whatever else you might read about on the internet. (you know, the "trust me, I'm an engineer" crowd). Spend the $5 and get on with it.
This is still a relatively new product and is it seems like it is just starting to hit the tuner/hotrod scene (those high-zoot "oiled filters" can have potentially disastrous results on a MAF sensor!)
First off, this thing is really easy to use. It's almost like spraying pressurized water. Now it's very hazardous stuff, so use caution. This cleaner dries super quick. Once the sensor was cleaned and dried, I put it back in, reset the car's computer, and crossed my fingers. About 600 miles later, the check engine light has not come back on. I'm hopeful since prior to using this product, the light would come on after about 30 highway miles.
If you're having a check engine issue and an ODBII scanner is showing some codes associated with the exhaust and airflow check systems, definitely try this out.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the stuff you want to clean your MAF sensor. Just make sure to be gentle with your sensor and disconnect the sensor from the battery before spraying.Published 1 month ago by Darth Sanchito
Simply the best stuff for quickly and easily cleaning that MAF sensor.Published 1 month ago by Harvey Floyd Jr
Fixed my sensor with about a quarter can use, and I probably over did it. Worked great for me.Published 1 month ago by Tim
This stuff works. I use K&N filters on everything and when I wash my filters every 6-months, I clean the sensor. Read morePublished 2 months ago by BlackJack