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Jet Power-Flow Mass Air Sensor Part #69112 Customer Reviews
11 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Dylan M (SEMINOLE, FL) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-250 — Feb 22, 2015 8:16 PM
This is a bit overpriced for the value but still serves its purpose. It is built strongly and machined precisely. It is the exact same demensions as the original MAF sensor. The only negative I have is the check engine light ironically came on a day or two after I installed this. This may be another issue or this may be able to be bypassed. This seems to be an issue with aftermarket sensors for Ford in particular. Overall I am satisfied but its a bit overpriced.
Reviewed by Jeffrey S (Brighton, CO) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford F-150 — Mar 09, 2014 10:49 PM
1997 F150 5.4. I put this on after already having a k&n 57 series intake on for a few months. It made a huge difference on the top end. The truck doesnt plateu during the power band, it just consistantly climbs the rpm. 2nd vehicle Ive put this on and both times with great results. It frees up the power that was already there. Very happy
Reviewed by George K (FARMINGTON, NM) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-150 — Apr 11, 2013 5:57 AM
With power pull starting so low it is hard make economy runs in town. Getting 2+ MPG on cruise @ 63MPH on highway. Researching for a tuner that can work with this MAF for even more MPG. F150/5.4/16V/3.73 diff/4 auto trans/4x4 crew short bed/stock tires/ cold air intake. Just men and their TOYS George
Reviewed by Timothy C (Polo, MO) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Explorer — Dec 06, 2011 1:11 PM
I bought the Jet Power-Flow mass air sensor for my 2002 Ford Explorer 4.6L it was very easy to install and looked very well made. There ends my good news, I started up my Explorer and the check engine light came on. I then called Jet Power-Flow customer support and with a very short conversation with them found out that there mass air flow sensor would only work on Ford Explorers if they had 4 wires running to the mass air flow sensor and sense I had one with 6 wires I was out of luck. The hole process has been very upsetting. Just a FLY before anyone buys one of these I would call Jet Flow and make sure that it will work on your vehicle.
Reviewed by Richard B (Hoquiam, WA) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford Expedition — Oct 04, 2008 5:49 AM
I replaced the stock sensor that was connected to a K&N intake system. I'm still collating the data to see if it has made a significant difference. I feel a little more horse power but not sure on gas mpg gains.
Reviewed by Royce C (York, PA) Reviewed for a 1999 Ford F-150 — Sep 26, 2008 9:35 PM
I installed the larger JET MAF sensor on a '99 F150 4.6 v8 (w/ 109,000 miles) to see if it helped with the stumble I was having when you would goose it in 3rd & 4th gear. So far it seems to be helping and is probably what I needed in the first place since I have an intake and Borla exhaust system on the truck. The JET works really well with the intake! I have not really noticed any power increase, but the computer may still be learning the new curve. I am pretty sure my gas mileage went way up though, because I just got back from a 106 mile hilly trip and used only about a quarter tank of fuel!! (I normally only get 300 per tank if I'm lucky). So, we'll see- but I'm happy with it so far!
Reviewed by richard k (Bellevue, NE) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F150 — Jan 11, 2008 5:39 PM
Haven't had it installed for long, but was hoping it would get rid of this "burping" sound after I installed a K&N intake/filter. Thought the stock MAF was to restricted to keep up with the more air coming in, causing the burping at idle after letting off the gas. Thought the price was expensive, but stock MAFs are even more.
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- Part #:69112
- Only fits vehicles with a stock metal mass air-flow sensor, which has a 4-pin wiring harness connector instead of a 6-pin connector