[s-cars] maf cleaning

Dan Simoes dans at audifans.com
Mon Feb 25 11:44:26 EST 2002

Consensus from the TDI folks is to put the MAF in a ziplock bag with
denatured alcohol, and swish it around in there very well, let it air
Make sure you don't overoil your filter when you replace it.

Chris Covington wrote:
> Rumor has it that my 1.0+ bar boost bucking problem could be a dirty MAF
> corrupted by my K&N panel filter.  Could someone describe how to "clean"
> the MAF, or do I potentially need a new one?
> Chris
> '91 200q20v
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