what does a Chrysler MAF sensor looks like?

Asked by Liaww Apr 05, 2018 at 04:03 AM about the 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager 4 Dr SE Passenger Van Extended

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can anybody tell me what a Chrysler MAF sensor looks like please and its
code?  I bought a piece of equipment for my Chrysler and i have been told
by a garage that its not legit so i need proof of what i should have been sent
or they wont refund me.  The Reg is LG58 VRO The piece of equipment i
have is model number Pbt gf40.  any advice or help is welcomed :)  Thank

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Go online and Google what you are looking for including part, vehicle make and year, you will find lots of pictures of what it looks like. Remember, the number for aftermarket parts may not be exactly the same as the factory part number.

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That is a MAF sensor of some kind, however may not be the one your vehicle uses, it mounts into the air box tube going to your throttle body. That number you see on it is the engineering number, not the part number. Google OEM MAF Sensor for your year/make/model and compare pics. Never buy aftermarket for Chrysler electrical components, always OEM. Very finicky PCMs.

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