DIY HOW TO PULL YOUR OWN PARTS AT A SALVAGE YARD AND SAVE MONEY while keeping your vehicle on the road! How to remove/replace the MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR from a 2004-2011 Ford Explorer or Ranger SOHC Motor. This process is the same on the list of Ford vehicles listed below as well as the tools needed and instructional steps.
All vehicles equipped with the 4.0 V6 SOHC Engine:
2004-2010 Ford Explorer
2004-2011 Ford Ranger
TOOLS NEEDED FOR THIS JOB:
T20 Torx bit
¼ ratchet or driver
QUICK PULL TIP: Keep the small stainless steel torx screws
STEPS FOR REMOVAL:
1. Pull out on the red safety tab on the main plug.
2. Push down on the top edge of the main plug and gently pull on the plug to remove.
3. Remove the 2 T20 torx screws and keep them with the part.
4. Pull the sensor out straight out.
REPLACE: Follow the steps above in reverse.
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