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MAF Cleaner

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Was looking high and low for a MAF cleaner as my W204 was idling weird at stationary, already did a servicing at C&C finally found this all the way in Woodlands those interested in it can contact Mr Chia at 96225477. Kaizen Marketing & Trading. Address is 25 woodlands industrial park E1.

 

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Thanks for sharing. Have you started using it? Will be good to feedback yor experience here.

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Borrowed my workshop's sensor cleaner by Liquid Moly. Pretty easy to remove the MAF sensor on the W204 with a Torx screw driver after disconnecting the electrical socket clip (pls ensure that the key is removed from ignition) & pulling it out form the air pipe. Surprisingly, the single sensor looks like a plastic piece. Spray the sensor & wipe it with a clean cloth. Easy, only 3 min job. Engine idling is now super smooth.

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Just curious where is this sensor located at mine also have weird idealing

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Just curious where is this sensor located at mine also have weird idealing

which model?

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W204

bro...which one? CGI or kompressor? 1.6 or 1.8?

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i also want to know....mine is w204 cgi 1.6

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I'm not familiar with kompressor M271 as I don't get to play with one...sorry.

For the CGI, the 1.6 & 1.8 are at the same location.

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Sorry the second image is being located at? I think design is quite similar

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Engine side.... So those who install strut bar will have difficulties cleaning it?

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this is a close up of the 1st pic....its sitting on the intake pipe at the FRONT bro.

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I'm not familiar with kompressor M271 as I don't get to play with one...sorry.

For the CGI, the 1.6 & 1.8 are at the same location.

 

 

 

Mercedes Benz SLK 230 MAF Removal and cleaning 

 

 

Attached pdf typical removing & cleaning of maf.

 

Cleaning MAF.pdf

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this is a close up of the 1st pic....its sitting on the intake pipe at the FRONT bro.

bro yours is what model?

 

the design on my w204 1.6 turbo seems different leh

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bro yours is what model?

 

the design on my w204 1.6 turbo seems different leh

That was a C250 CGI. Same as any 1.8 lit CGI in C180 C200 C250 E200 E250. That ride has since been sold.

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That was a C250 CGI. Same as any 1.8 lit CGI in C180 C200 C250 E200 E250. That ride has since been sold.

oh no wonder.. it's different on c180 1.6l.. I still finding it lol

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any bros here can help identify where is the maf sensor on 2012's w204 1.6 turbo engine.

attached 4 images in the post.

1st is overview of engine compartment with air intake in the center.

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2nd is air intake box without the air filter (I read that w203 has its maf sensor at the rear of this box, so I opened up on my w204, it's not there)

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3rd is bottom left of the air intake, I think the connecting clip is o2 sensor?

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4th is bottom right of air intake.

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Please point me in the right direction.

Thanks in advance!

Cheers!

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The last pic looks like the MAF sensor.

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Yup, not easy to remove...

Throttle body n maf together

 

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