An $8 can of CRC MAF cleaner found at any good auto parts store and about 10 minutes of your time will clean your MAF. It's super easy.Just got an estimate from dealer in Poway, CA.
$370.00 to replace MAF sensor
$210.00 for plugs ( just did them)
$130.00 for to clean PCV
$150 for fuel induction "service"
Anyone know what the last item entails?
So is the consensus that the PCV can be cleaned by garage mechanic?
Can the MAF sensor be serviced at home?
By the way, they said all 4 lights are turned on with the engine light to "get your attention"?
It depends on how often 'periodically' is, but your probably fine if the engine is running fine.I use Chevron periodically, will that cover the Techron issue?
Well, I dunno...I definitely cleaned the matchstick, don't remember seeing any other component-ey looking parts. Where the heck is it?When you cleaned the MAF you cleaned the hot wire sensor and not just the intake air temp sensor (looks like an old fashioned match)? They're both in the same plastic housing that you removed.