Cheaper MAF sensor source??
Mark L. Chang
mchang at ee.washington.edu
Mon Mar 31 14:48:36 EST 2003
On Mon, Mar 31, 2003 at 03:58:15PM -0500 or thereabouts, Chris Semple wrote:
> > I can find one for ~$400 instead of the dealer's $512, but come on!
> > I'm wondering if the part comes coupled with the cast aluminum
> > housing that makes it so expensive (similar Hitachi sensors from
> > Ford & GM are sub $200 from the dealer though). Unless it's
> > specifically calibrated to the housing, all I really need is the
> > electronic component. I can pull one from a salvage yard, but if
> > they know what new ones cost I'm sure they'll charge $200 - I'd
> > rather have the security of new for that kind of money. Thanks,
> > Joel
> Hi Joel, no need to pay too much for those V6 MAF's, they're only 60$
> used if you look around a little.
Just a note to those not "in the know"... Chris Semple is too polite to
toot his own horn. Understandable understatement. Chris is, in fact, one
of the best places to obtain used parts. He maintains quite the used
stock (he's always had what I needed), and is more knowledgeable than
any yard would be about your beloved Audi.
Since he isn't into shameless self-promotion, I thought I'd do it for
him. I know for a fact that many on these lists would stand behind my
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nothing more. - Albert Camus
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