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Up for sale brand new Aftermarket Mass Air Flow Sensor AFH55M-13 suitable for the models presented below. Asking $145.98 plus shipping.


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OE reference numbers:

AFH55M-13
AFH55M13
74-10033

Compatible models:

Year: Model: Year/Engine type / Code:
1999-2002 SUZUKI ESTEEM L4-1840cc 1.8L
2002-2003 SUZUKI AERIO
1994-1997 CHEVROLET - TRACKER 1997 L4-1587cc 1.6L F/I Vin 6
1996 L4-1587cc 1.6L F/I Vin 6
1995 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin U
1995 L4-1587cc 1.6L F/I Vin 6
1994 L4-1587cc 1.6L F/I Vin 6
1994 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin U
1998-1998 CHEVROLET - TRACKER 4x2 1998 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin 6
1992-1998 SUZUKI - SIDEKICK (SPORT) 1998 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin 0
1998 L4-1840cc 1.8L F/I Vin 2
1997 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin G16B
1997 L4-1840cc 1.8L F/I Vin J18A
1996 L4-1840cc 1.8L F/I Vin J18A
1996 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin G16B
1995 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin G16A (SOHC 8 VALVE)
1994 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin G16A (SOHC 8 VALVE)
1993 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin G16A
1992 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin G16A (SOHC 8 VALVE)
SUZUKI - X-90 1996-1998
1998 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin 1
1997 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin G16B
1996 L4-1590cc 1.6L F/I Vin G16B
1994-1997 GEO
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Problem, the picture you show is the correct Mass air sensor for the 02-03 Aerio, however all the vehicles you listed are NOT the same Mass air sensor as the Aerio, these others you list will NOT work on this car, they're not even the same Type of mass Air Sensor.

My Customer and I have researched all the sensors you listed, looked at all the pictures listed though my suppliers, and I even have a X-90 in our shop and its not even close to working.

Where are you getting your information from? You would think if all these mass Air sensor were the same, they would all be available from after market and sold from the dealer without the throttle body!

I think your facts are incorrect
 

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Problem, the picture you show is the correct Mass air sensor for the 02-03 Aerio, however all the vehicles you listed are NOT the same Mass air sensor as the Aerio, these others you list will NOT work on this car, they're not even the same Type of mass Air Sensor.

My Customer and I have researched all the sensors you listed, looked at all the pictures listed though my suppliers, and I even have a X-90 in our shop and its not even close to working.

Where are you getting your information from? You would think if all these mass Air sensor were the same, they would all be available from after market and sold from the dealer without the throttle body!

I think your facts are incorrect
Hello,
Thanks for your interest. I may ask you the same question: where do you get your information from? Actually, the picture provided is the stock image. However, it looks exactly as the one I advertise. In order to correctly determine compatibility you have to cross-check presented OE reference part numbers and not the picture, or models. Makes/models presented for the reference only!
If you are looking this MAF sensor please let me know.
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Thanks for replying back,
Lordco, NAPA, World Pac and Altrom, all these suppliers all show pictures of a mass air sensor built in to a barrel to be in line with the air intake tube from the list of vehicles you provided, the picture you show, is the OE stile that mounts directly into the throttle body. these two mass air sensors are not inter changeable, as I mentioned, we have an X-90 in the shop, according to your list this should work but I can assure you it will not. The value specs may be the same, however physical attachment prevents this from working.

Later I will update with pictures taken from the X-90 and from my suppliers, right now we are crazy busy....
 

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Some of those vehicles don't even have a MAF :rolleyes::rolleyes:
 

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Thanks for replying back,
Lordco, NAPA, World Pac and Altrom, all these suppliers all show pictures of a mass air sensor built in to a barrel to be in line with the air intake tube from the list of vehicles you provided, the picture you show, is the OE stile that mounts directly into the throttle body. these two mass air sensors are not inter changeable, as I mentioned, we have an X-90 in the shop, according to your list this should work but I can assure you it will not. The value specs may be the same, however physical attachment prevents this from working.

Later I will update with pictures taken from the X-90 and from my suppliers, right now we are crazy busy....
Hello,
I would say again that cross-checking OE ref. numbers is the only right way of determining compatibility. Also, we've had situations when harness connection was quite different. However, that problem was due to the fact that our sensors have small ears on each side of connector. So simply cutting those ears allowed to connect a new sensor and use with the old throttle body.
Hope it helps.
 

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So where did you get that picture from and what's your point then? As I told you previously, all you have to do is to cross-check OE reference part numbers. The part number usually will be engraved on top ot the sensor. The picture provided may be just a stock image and may not reflect the actual part. I thought, you would make a real picture of the sensor taken off the car and provide it here.
Anyways, please read my message above where I was talking about "small ears" issue. :D
 

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Your funny, the pictures are from my suppliers order site, they provide pictures of the ACTUAL part so I know the part I want is the part I'm ordering. I've check with all my other suppliers as well and they all concur. The sensor in the barrel assembly is not the same as the sensor you displayed at the beginning of this thread. I agree that the sensor you show, IS the correct sensor for the 2002-2003 Suzuki Aerio, but it is not not the same for all the vehicles you've listed.
 
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