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MAF??? resistor on side?

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by epox, Aug 27, 2013.

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    hi peeps

    does the maf sensor have a resistor on the side of it, when pulled out of the main cassing.
    i have 2 pins with nothing connected.

    thanks mxwlfCo6ExWDjdfZ8onsI3A.jpg
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    Its for an air temp sensor... some applications use it... RS4 2.7tt is one...

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    hi tuffty i mean something on the pic i have now attached
    thanks mark
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    What I said...

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    wrong maf if going onto 1.8t
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    i was only using it to show the wee thing on the side, the one on my car does not have the air temp on it.

    cheers
    mark
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    ...which is correct... your car doesn't have one... the MAF sensor on your BAM S3 will have a part number on it ending in 049

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