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What can I use to clean my mass airflow and screen

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    What can I use to clean my mass airflow and screen

    I need to know what you use to get the oil out of the thottle body and the dust off the screen of my mass airflow.Please tell me also where I can get it .I had something called CRC electric cleaner but it said don't use on sensitive parts.Need help fast, want to put my car back together before it rains.

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    Just go to autocrapzone or a like parts store. Ask for electrical parts cleaner. Just take your TB off and spray some starting fluid in it. SF is great on oil.

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    CRC makes a MAF specific spray. At parts strores it's usually with the other cleaners like brake clean and stuff.


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    I need to know what you use to get the oil out of the thottle body and the dust off the screen of my mass airflow.Please tell me also where I can get it .I had something called CRC electric cleaner but it said don't use on sensitive parts.Need help fast, want to put my car back together before it rains.

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    CRC MAF Spray sold at NAPA/AutoZone etc.

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    The CRC MAF cleaner works great, and costs very little. Will last you a long time.

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    ya just get cnc maf cleaner its quick and if your maf is really dirty you will get great results.

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    cnc maf cleaner

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    maf cleaner for maf.

    Carb cleaner for TB. Just pop the TB off. Takes 5 minutes. Clean it up well.

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    If you go with just an electrical parts cleaner make sure it's a non-residue cleaner but like everyone else has suggested...the crc stuff is the way to go.

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    I threw away my screen and the car ran lean and slowed.

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