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News   May 21, 2014   by CARS Magazine

Delphi Announces Twenty New Mass Air Flow Sensors

Delphi Product & Service Solutions announces twenty new Mass Airflow Sensors to its engine management portfolio covering more than 10.2 million vehicles built from 1990 to 2013. Applications cover: Audi, BMW, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Kia, Lexus,...


Delphi Product & Service Solutions announces twenty new Mass Airflow Sensors to its engine management portfolio covering more than 10.2 million vehicles built from 1990 to 2013. Applications cover: Audi, BMW, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Kia, Lexus, Mazda, Nissan and Toyota. Part numbers include:  AF10159, AF10162, AF10164, AF10168, AF10176, AF10184, AF10185, AF10205, AF10206, AF10207, AF10208, AF10210, AF10211, AF10212, AF10213, AF10215, AF10216, AF10217, AF10219 and AF10220.

Inventory is available dependent on part number to end of Q2 2014.

What MAF Sensors Do

MAF sensors measure intake airflow and send this information to the ECU.  When the ECU receives the information from the MAF sensor and oxygen sensors, it makes adjustments to the amount of fuel being injected into the engine to compensate for excess air or excess fuel.

When a Delphi MAF sensor is used in combination with Delphi oxygen sensors, the engine’s air/fuel ratio can be controlled much more accurately.  All of these functions ensure accurate air/fuel ratio for optimal engine performance in any driving condition.

Why Sensors Fail

Contamination is a key reason why MAF sensors fail and require replacement.  As air, dirt and other debris get into the sensor, the parts become contaminated and result in failure.  Drivers often notice sluggish performance or a more frequent need to refuel.


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