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I have 1998 Toyota Camry LE, 4 Cylinders.It has engine light On. Error code shows replace Mass airflow Sensor. Can I know where location of MAF in 1998 Toyota Camry LE, 4 Cylinders
MAFs are in the intake air flow - upstream of the throttle body. Depending on how it works you may be able to just clean it?Are you sure you have a MAF, not a MAP?
I cheked the engine light at Autozone and it shows Mass air flow sensor. I tried to find it in my camry but I can not locate it. I am not sure it is MAF or MAP. I am sure that Error Code was Replace Mass Air Flow Sensor.
The MAP measures pressure differential and is located in the intake plenum with vacuum tubes going to it. A MAF uses electrical connection, not vacuum.See
Stillrunning, thanks for your reply and sharing Video. But my camry is 1998 that is different from 2010 you shown in Video.
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If you have a 5S-FE then it has a MAP, there is no MAF sensor. Sometimes the generic code definitions on some scanners are wrong, post the code up here and we can help you further
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The vid was just a generalization, but pretty much all MAFs are the same - with a little imagination you should be able to figure it out.Do not take the code readers at the parts store with any kind of confidence, as with the parts counter guys - codes point in a direction not an actual solution.
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