Re: 94 Explorer giving lean on both banks
The screws holding the MAF sensor are 'Tamper Proof' (also called
'Security') Torx. There is a pin in the center of the star-shaped socket,
requiring a T20 bit with a center hole. You should be able to find a set of
those for about $10 in many auto stores. In a pinch, you can grab the heads
with locking pliers or cut a slot for a screwdriver through the center with
a hacksaw, then and replace the screws with regular ones when you are done
cleaning the sensor (they are metric, but I don't recall the size). Your MAF
will no longer be 'secure', but there is probably no need to worry about
voiding the warranty on a '94 model...
"The Punisher" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Can somebody give me some pic on how to do it please? Do and how I remove
> the sensor? Screws are weird. Please post on my e-mail, please remove the
> *nospam*. Any help on this matter would be appreciated.