Delphi adds BMW applications to MAF line

Delphi Product & Service Solutions now has four new mass airflow sensors (MAF) covering more than 500,000 vehicles built from 1995 to 2006, all of which are BMW applications.

Part numbers include:  AF10222, AF10223, AF10224 and AF10226.

MAF sensors measure intake airflow and send this information to the ECU, the company notes. 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.

Delphi MAF sensors are new and engineered to the same stringent standards as the parts the company makes for the top global OEMs. Every sensor is calibrated to match the OE part and also features resistors and circuit board technology unique to Delphi.

Delphi MAF sensors feature proprietary sensing elements that provide highly accurate readings and airflow output to the ECU over a wide range of ambient temperatures. All parts are tested and calibrated to OE standards using highly accurate OE equipment. “Our rigorous testing helps us deliver exact fit, form and function for every sensor,” says the company.

“Delphi’s probe-only design allows technicians to focus on the part that needs to be replaced, making for an easier and greener repair. Our sensor design also provides low restriction air measurement for increased horsepower and greater temperature compensation for outstanding performance over a wide range of conditions.”

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, the company says. All of these functions ensure accurate air/fuel ratio for optimal engine performance in any driving condition.

Delphi MAF sensors now cover 92% of vehicles in operation with only 100 SKUs.

Learn more about Delphi at delphiautoparts.com.

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