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Delphi releases six mass air flow sensors covering more than 338,000 vehicles

Delphi says its mass airflow sensor line is calibrated to match the OE part and features unique resistors and circuit board technology.
<p>Delphi says&nbsp;its mass airflow sensor line&nbsp;is calibrated to match the OE part and features unique resistors and circuit board technology.</p>

Delphi Product & Service Solutions has added six mass airflow sensors (MAF) covering more than 338,000 vehicles built from 1994 to 2004 to its product portfolio

The company says part numbers include AF10077, AF10196, AF10225, AF10229, AF10236 and AF10237.

Unlike offerings from many competitors, its MAF sensors are brand-new, never remanufactured, according to Delphi. The sensors are engineered to the same stringent standards as the parts it makes for top global OEMs. Every sensor is calibrated to match the OE part and features resistors and circuit board technology unique to Delphi. The company says this combination makes its MAF sensors the global benchmark for accuracy and signal noise.

Delphi says it has been at the forefront of the MAF sensor evolution from the original hot film designs to its current probe solution. It offer smart consolidations that cover 92% of vehicles in operation with only 100 SKUs.

The company also says its 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.

Ninety-eight percent of the time it is the sensing electronics in the probe that fail, according to 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.

For more information on Delphi’s mass air flow sensor line and specific part information, visit www.go.delphi.com.

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