96 Toyota Camry Rebuilt Mass Airflow Sensor

Amanda’s question:

My husband is going nuts trying to fix his 96 Toyota Camry. He’s tried three rebuilt mass air flow sensors so far. One worked for a week, the others never worked right out of the box. Please give me some advice to help him.”


Well, I’ve run into that myself more than a few times. Whenever possible, try to get a brand new mass air flow sensor. The rebuilts are often just VERY poorly made. Last week I had to try a rebuilt on an older Toyota because a new one cost almost nine hundred dollars. I had to go through three before I got a decent one, and I’m hoping that one will last. SO, if you want to give him some good advice, tell him to buy a new one. Otherwise he may be trying a few more rebuilts before he gets one that works.

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