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08 & 02 MAF Part #'s

Have a rough idle and when I pull the plug on the MAF it runs smooth and idles up a bit. Plug it in and runs rough. Cleaned it and it didn't work. Want to swap it with a buddys 08 to troubleshoot it but I can't find the part number for the 08 anywhere. Is the 08 interchangeable with the 08?

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what size engines?
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2002 3.0L MAF part number: F67Z12B579EBRM
2002 4.0L MAF Part number: 1L5Z12B579AARM
2002 2.3L MAF part number: F67Z12B579EBRM

3.0 and 2.3 are the same in 2002, but i dont have the part number for the 08's. sorry
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you won't be able to swap the Maf's as the connectors are different. 03 and older have a larger 4 pin connector where the 04 and newer have the MAF ( more or less ) built right into the airbox.
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Yea...and.....04+ MAF's are mounted directly in the tube, rather than in their own lil housing.
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It' an 02 with the 4.0. If I unplug it and the idle cleans up instantly plug it in and it runs rough; would that be a tell tale sign thats the bad sensor?
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try cleaning it with CRC MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR CLEANER. Then go from there.
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Cleaned it CRC Quick Dry Electrical Cleaner and it didn't help. I guess they are the same thing they just charge $1.50 more for the MAF cleaner and you don't get as much.
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