not brake cleaner. that might just melt any plastic that is in there..
you gotta use some windex or plain rubbing alcohol.. i apply it with a
Q-tip.. make sure that the cotton on the end of the Q-tip does not leave
any traces of cotton on the small metal part inside the area you are
trying to clean.... when i do mine i have some high power head mounted
maginfiers so i can see what i am doing.. the part that has to be clean
is very small and you dont want to break anything as a new MAF is gonna
cost you $50 plus......
Yes you can. I've done mine a couple times. Just spray the
residue-less brake cleaner on the wire assembly that sticks down into
the air stream and let dry. Some people rub the wires with a qtip or
similar but I don't touch them as I've heard they are easily damaged
if you do. They look pretty sturdy though. Cleaning mine on my
explorer seemed to cure a persistent pinging problem I'd been having.
Elbridge Gerry, of Massachusetts:
"What, sir, is the use of militia? It is to prevent the
establishment of a standing army, the bane of liberty. . .
Whenever Government means to invade the rights and liberties of
the people, they always attempt to destroy the militia, in order
to raise a standing army upon its ruins." -- Debate, U.S. House
of Representatives, August 17, 1789
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