Nissan MAF Sensors: Overview, Operation, Service, Diagnostics & Performance

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The Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor provides critical data to the ECM for calculating cylinder air charge and engine load. In combination with other sensor data inputs, the ECM determines a load factor, which is then used to calculate optimal spark advan...

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