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Old 11-08-2018, 08:56 PM
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What is the Mass Air Flow Sensor part number? Mine is going out on my 04 sebring with the 2.7 engine code of R
 
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Can't give you the part number for that, as it does NOT have a mass air flow sensor. It uses a manifold air pressure sensor instead. Part # 4896131AC
 
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Old 11-08-2018, 11:16 PM
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Would that cause a code for a maf? That part number you just gave me is the part that is used in the throttle body correct?
 
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Old 11-09-2018, 09:28 AM
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Would that cause a code for a maf? That part number you just gave me is the part that is used in the throttle body correct?
Different brands of code scanners will use generic terms, the most common misuse is the MAF for MAP. Go to any auto parts store website and look up your car's info and you will see that there is NO MAF listing. There WILL be a MAP listing. And NO it is not usually mounted in the throttle body, but further along on the intake manifold of the engine.
 
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Old 11-09-2018, 09:35 AM
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Well if you do a search on your parts store website it actually does show maf sensors. I know there isn't anything in the intake running from filter to TB I've looked. I did read that there is a sensor inside the TB that is supposedly a MAF sensor.
 
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What part of the world are you located? In the USA there is ONE 2.7 motor, and it is gas or flex fuel(not Diesel). The USA model on 2 parts sites that I looked up show only a MAP sensor. ON the VAST MAJORITY of ANY VEHICLE with a MAF sensor, the location is on top of the air filter housing. I'm not well versed with any NON USA markets motors, that may have that size in a Diesel configuration...BUT I do know we here did not have a Diesel motor option(which MAY use a MAF sensor).
This is one of the "weak points of this FORUM, in that members don't seem to post a market location of where they are or even type of motor (Gas(petrol) or Diesel).
 
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Old 11-09-2018, 11:02 AM
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I live in the states. I know there's only two 2.7 engines the gas and the flex fuel.


 
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MY apologies, I went back on my search history and found that I had hit wrong key for year or something, as now searching again I see that they do have a MAF. Just that I could not in short time find a site with the Factory part # to post to you.
Info gotten on computers is only as good as correct data search input!..again my apology!
 
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No you're fine. Thanks anyways. If you happen to find out info let me know please.
 
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Beware when looking for parts for your Sebring with the 2.7L engine. Some parts stores will not differentiate between a Sebring coupe and a Sebring sedan/convertible. They will just list part for a 2004 Sebring but parts for a coupe will NOT fit or work in a sedan/convertible. Coupes were built by Mitsubishi and did not have the 2.7L engine. They had a 3.0 L engine which is a completely different engine. If you see a MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor for a Sebring it's likely for a coupe with a Mitsubishi engine. Chrysler engines use a Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) sensor to supply the computer with the information it needs.
Having a part number won't help much. Dealerships don't need a part number to find a part and don't carry parts for cars going back that far anyway.. Parts stores don't list by OEM part number nor do salvage yards.
 
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