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Where is the mass air flow sensor on a 2000 Sentra 1.8l 4-cylinder?


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2009-06-07 18:31:54
2009-06-07 18:31:54

The mass air flow sensor on the Sentra model is a small piece that is inside the air duct tube fastened with two special torx screws, just after the air filter. After that, the duct continues to travel toward the throttle body, which then lets the air go inside the engine. You can remove a section of that tube which houses the mass air flow sensor.


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