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cheapest place to get a bosch maf

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by harvey01, Sep 9, 2012.

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    [Sep 9, 2012]
    best place euro,tps,audi ?
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    All much of a muchness... GSF tends to be cheaper... would help to mention for what model/year too...

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    I've always found Andrew Page good for MAF sensors, but like Tuffty said, model etc may help
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    sorry it a amk s3 2000
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    As Tuffty said, any good motor factors will do one in that case!!
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    The last MAF I bought for my AMK S3 cost me £70 (exchange) IIRC from GSF... its a genuine Bosch one... don't be tempted to by a copy MAF...

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    gfs it is has anyone got a c.c.t from them ?
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    CCT? you mean a coolant temp sensor? personally for the very little extra cost for a CTS from teh dealer I would go for that... have seen too many GSF and ECP ones fail too quickly tbh...

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    no mate they do a cam chain tencener
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    If you think you need a cam chain tensioner then I would make sure you actually do as on the AMK they are VVT and around 350+vat from anywahere

    I had a cheap eBay one on for a little while (£120) but kept throwing a setpoint not reached code so I changed it back to the old one... only reason I changed it was to eliminate it as a source of a rattle I had that turned out to be small ends (non rifle drilled rods)

    GSF do sell them (and I believe they are from teh OE manufacturer) but they are still around the 350 mark...

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    i looked under my plate and engine code amk and it £270
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    Stands a chance of being ok... but never used a GSF one..

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    no it comes with a 1 year wranty so its woth a go . im getting my oil pressure tested and ill go from there
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