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Chrishawker86

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I think my maf has failed, so I've taken it out and had a look at the sensor inside, it looks like something has broke off but can't be to sure as I didn't know what it looked like before , could anyone show me a picture of a working one so I can compare, thanks in advance

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Wouldn't it be easier for you to put a pic of yours up and we will tell you if it looks knackered?

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Is yours a diesel? The diesel ones are more of an oval shape. Same principal applies though. A wire that heats up and measures the density of the air passing over it.

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I think I may have an old one from my old 323 laying about.

Let me go have a look.

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Ok, I found the old one from my current car (325)

It's quite hard to take a pic of the innards, hopefully you can see enough?

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Here's the bit, if you see there's two blue tabs and II'm thinking that it's snapped in the middle but don't know what it looked like before, it's a petrol 320

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It looks ok to be fair.

There should be a wire stretched between the two tabs front and back (so two wires).

Mine looked ok but was still knackered!

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