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Cambiare Amasses MAF Sensor NTRs


01 Aug 2018

Responsible for measuring airflow into the engine, and relaying the information back to the engine’s ECU, MAF Sensors help create an optimal air-to-fuel ratio that allows the vehicle to perform to its full potential. A poor quality MAF sensor can dramatically impact a vehicle’s drivability, therefore it is imperative that they are reliable and fitted properly to avoid premature failure and expensive repairs, Cambiare advises.

Find the source of MAF sensor issues

Symptoms of a faulty MAF sensor include:

  • Rough idling or stalling
  • Poor acceleration
  • Run rich at idle, or lean under load
  • Poor fuel economy

Often, a faulty MAF sensor is indicative that there is a problem somewhere else within the system. Many installers may find that clogged sensors are caused by leaks in the air intake system. This allows dirt particles to enter the system and damage the sensor element. Excessive oil mist, water ingress and exposure to road salt can further exacerbate the issue.

Top Replacement Tip!

When replacing a MAF sensor, it is good practice to replace the air filter at the same time. By doing this, installers reduce the chance of premature failure and time-consuming warranty claims.

A Reliable Range from Cambiare

With a range spanning over 190 parts, Cambiare’s MAF sensor portfolio can cater to over 13.4 million vehicles across the UK.

Highlights from the latest additions to their range include:

  • VE700396, Air Mass Sensor Insert for Honda Jazz 1.4 (2008-2015)
  • VE700407, Air Mass Sensor Insert for Toyota Hilux 3.0 (2006-2015)
  • VE700401, Air Mass Sensor for Porsche Boxster 3.2 (2004-2009)

Cambiare parts include a 2-year/30,000-mile warranty. Available via same/next-day delivery, Cambiare parts are fully catalogued on the Cambiare website (www.cambiare-ve.com), the F:Drive and MAM Autocat. For more information, please speak to your local Cambiare or FPS representative.

 

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Cambiare Amasses MAF Sensor NTRs


Responsible for measuring airflow into the engine, and relaying the information back to the engine’s ECU, MAF Sensors help create an optimal air-to-fuel ratio that allows the vehicle to perform to its full potential. A poor quality MAF sensor can dramatically impact a vehicle’s drivability, therefore it is imperative that they are reliable and fitted properly to avoid premature failure and expensive repairs, Cambiare advises.

Find the source of MAF sensor issues

Symptoms of a faulty MAF sensor include:

  • Rough idling or stalling
  • Poor acceleration
  • Run rich at idle, or lean under load
  • Poor fuel economy

Often, a faulty MAF sensor is indicative that there is a problem somewhere else within the system. Many installers may find that clogged sensors are caused by leaks in the air intake system. This allows dirt particles to enter the system and damage the sensor element. Excessive oil mist, water ingress and exposure to road salt can further exacerbate the issue.

Top Replacement Tip!

When replacing a MAF sensor, it is good practice to replace the air filter at the same time. By doing this, installers reduce the chance of premature failure and time-consuming warranty claims.

A Reliable Range from Cambiare

With a range spanning over 190 parts, Cambiare’s MAF sensor portfolio can cater to over 13.4 million vehicles across the UK.

Highlights from the latest additions to their range include:

  • VE700396, Air Mass Sensor Insert for Honda Jazz 1.4 (2008-2015)
  • VE700407, Air Mass Sensor Insert for Toyota Hilux 3.0 (2006-2015)
  • VE700401, Air Mass Sensor for Porsche Boxster 3.2 (2004-2009)

Cambiare parts include a 2-year/30,000-mile warranty. Available via same/next-day delivery, Cambiare parts are fully catalogued on the Cambiare website (www.cambiare-ve.com), the F:Drive and MAM Autocat. For more information, please speak to your local Cambiare or FPS representative.