How do you Change, Replace, or Install Broken Buick Century Air Flow Sensor Replacement
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- Flathead screwdriver
Step 1: Remove the intake hose.
Remove the two clamps, one by the engine and one by the air box.
Step 2: Unclip the harness from the air flow sensor.
Step 3: Loosen the clamp that holds the air flow sensor in place.
Step 4: Using the screwdriver, pry the sensor from the air hose.
Step 5: Place the clamp onto the air box BEFORE replacing the air flow sensor component.
Be sure that there are no folds or obstructions when putting the sensor in place.
Step 6: Put the new air flow sensor into place.
Step 7: Reattach the air flow hose.
Be sure to line up the two arrows on the hose, as they are your guide to ensure proper placement.
Step 8: Tighten the clamps, securing the component.
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