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Cleaning MAF Sensor

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Recently encountered the dreaded P006A code.

Decided to DIY cleaning the MAF sensor before sending into a workshop for further assessment as my warranty has just expired.

My ride is an XF 2.2D Feb 2015 with a mileage of about 65K km.

Below are some photos:

 

Error Code: P006A

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Location of MAF Sensor

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After removing the sensor.

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The hot-wired sensor is very dirty from exposure to carbon, dirt and oil particle.

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Use only dedicated MAF cleaner.

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Give the sensor unit a thorough spray and let it dry.

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After the cleaning, the sensor is as good as new...

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