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Replacing a Mercedes Benz E350 MAF Sensor

The E350 MAF Sensor in your 3.5 liter Mercedes-Benz is an air flow sensor that reads and analyzes the amount of air entering your engine....

How To Test a Nissan Pathfinder TPS Sensor

The throttle position sensor in your Nissan is also known as the Pathfinder TPS Sensor. This sensor works as a potentiometer and its connected to...

Testing a Toyota Camry Fuel Injector

Depending on the displacement of your Toyota, there are four or six of the Camry Fuel Injector in your engine bay. These injectors are designed...

How To Test A Nissan Maxima MAF Sensor

The Maxima MAF Sensor in your 3.5 liter engine is a big part of your Nissan EFI system. The MAF is also known as the...

How To Test a Nissan 350Z Camshaft Sensor

The 350Z camshaft sensor in your Nissan is also known as the CMP or camshaft position or angle sensor. This part allows your engine computer...

Testing your Nissan 350Z Cooling Fans

There's two 350Z cooling fans in your Nissan roadster, both primarily set to pull or draw air through your radiator. One happens to be...

How To Test a Nissan 350Z ECT Sensor

The engine computer in your Nissan determines the engine temperature using the coolant sensor. This unit is also known as the 350Z ECT sensor, and...

How To Test a Nissan 350Z MAF Sensor

Depending on what year your Nissan is, you may have more than one 350Z MAF Sensor in your engine bay. This part is also known...

How To Test a Chevy Impala MAF Sensor

When the Impala MAF Sensor in your 3.5 liter Chevy has gone bad, you're going to have a variety of issues with your sedan. This...

How To Test a Nissan Pathfinder MAF Sensor

The mass air flow meter in your Nissan is also known as the Pathfinder MAF Sensor. This part is responsible for informing your engine computer...