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Wave Anyone breaking 156 2.0 in Dublin area?

Hi all,

I think my MAF is on it's way out and would need spare.
If anyone's breaking 156 2.0 and have it give me a shout please.
Will check Bosch part no. tomorrow on the old one.

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There was chap breaking a 1.8 on carzone and donedeal.Might have his number somewhere.Think the MAF's are the same.
Try here CF3 Air flow meter Bosch parts and spares
They're a bit like a radiator,don't know if I'd buy a used one!
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There was chap breaking a 1.8 on carzone and donedeal.Might have his number somewhere.Think the MAF's are the same.
Try here CF3 Air flow meter Bosch parts and spares
They're a bit like a radiator,don't know if I'd buy a used one!
Thanks Danny,
Mine is CF2, not sure if they're the same but anyway, if someone has it cheap I'll take it.
I'll be on a look out.
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I'm just thinking if it's not the wiring?
Would anyone offer their help and meet to plug their own MAF in to my car?
It's just to eliminate the risk of buying faulty one.
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I'm just thinking if it's not the wiring?
Would anyone offer their help and meet to plug their own MAF in to my car?
It's just to eliminate the risk of buying faulty one.
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I got a used one from Autolusso that they assured me was in perfect working order, and it was.

Genuine Bosch part, fraction of the price of new, works perfectly...
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i got a used one from autolusso that they assured me was in perfect working order, and it was.

Genuine bosch part, fraction of the price of new, works perfectly...
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