Originally Posted by Richard Cooke
And how long is a piece of string, while we're at it?
I've done 75k miles in my TwinSpark, and although I haven't noticed anything amiss, I wonder whether a failing MAF is gradual (i.e. will I notice at all over time?)
So, from the wealth of experience on here, when have people changed theirs, what is the general consensus on lifespan and is it in actuality a service item?
Thanks in advance!
Herein may lie the answer.
Irv: Derice, a gold medal is a wonderful thing. But if you're not enough without one, you'll never be enough *with* one.
[Turns to leave]
Derice Bannock: Hey coach, how will I know if I'm enough?
Irv: When you cross that finish line tomorrow, you'll know
RC.How will I know if my MAF is faulty.
P When yer MAF is gubbed YOU'll know.
No power. Serious rev issues.Till then enjoy and zoom zoom zoom.
On the string thread...How do you dig half a hole?.
Also 5 years ago I bought 4 for spares.I still have 4 for spares.Perhaps that's the answer.