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Denso MASS AIR FLOW SENSORS - MAZDA SUBARU 3, 6, CX-7 BAJA, FORESTER, IMPREZA - Part # 197-6040
MASS AIR FLOW SENSORS - MAZDA SUBARU 3, 6, CX-7 BAJA, FORESTER, IMPREZA


 
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Part Number: DENSO 197-6040

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Denso MASS AIR FLOW SENSORS - MAZDA SUBARU 3, 6, CX-7 BAJA, FORESTER, IMPREZA - Part # 197-6040


DENSO's advancements in automotive technologies are leading the way for higher quality auto parts. The mass air flow (MAF) sensor detects the amount of air drawn into the engine and relays a signal to the engine control unit (ECU). The signal is used to calculate the proper amount of fuel to deliver to the engine. DENSO's improved designs in mass air flow sensors utilize a unique structure that reduces exposure to the sensing unit. This helps to reduce sensor contamination for improved detection accuracy. DENSO also uses a fine platinum wire sensing element coated with a glass film to further protect it from contaminants, resulting in even higher reliability. Protecting the sensor from contaminants will help maintain performance accuracy and extend the life of the sensor. We also recommend that keeping a good working air filter will help. DENSO's mass air flow sensors are developed to meet the requirements of auto manufacturers across the globe.

*FEATURES*
* Glass film coated sensing elements reduces contamination and improves reliability
* Platinum wire sensing element responds quickly to changes in air flow
* DENSO's innovative designs reducing the size and weight

*BENEFITS*
* DENSO's First Time Fit plug-in type sensors for easy installations
* Sensing element air bypass structure is designed for improved detection accuracy
* Mass flow sensors helps in delivering optimum combustion and emissions

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