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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-01-03, 01:40 AM Thread Starter
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wire air flow sensor removal

is it possible to remove the hotwire air flow sensor and replace it with something else like maybe fitting a map sensor or something with out ecu changes :
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Re: wire air flow sensor removal

Why would you do this? MAF is a better system than MAP, well Ford reckon so anyway.

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It'd be possible - but nasty. Whatever you changed to wouldh ave to output the same values etc to the ecu as the original MAF would - which would be a sod of a thing to try and organise.

Is this just curiosity, or an idea ? afaik Maf's are better than MAP's anyhow....
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