Pontiac Montana 2006, Mass Air Flow Sensor by Delphi®. When it comes to MAF sensors, communication with the ECM is key. That’s why Delphi MAF sensors use all new parts - never remanufactured parts that could harbor debris and therefore send inaccurate readings to the ECM.
- Extensive coverage
- Available in a variety of bore diameters to accommodate a wide range of airflow, resulting in a robust design for electrical overloads
- Manufactured to meet or exceed OE requirements and testing
- Delphi MAF sensors are new, not remanufactured
Delphi MAF sensors provide the engine control module (ECM) with continuous information regarding how much — and how fast — air is entering the engine. This ensures optimal engine performance, increases fuel economy and reduces emissions. What’s more, Delphi is the only manufacturer that offers a MAF sensor with dual heated elements, which allow any platform to incorporate their MAF sensors into its air/fuel system, regardless of ducting assembly. Delphi MAF sensors feature fast response, typically less than 15 milliseconds to 90 percent of flow change, for outstanding performance over a wide range of ambient temperatures. Delphi MAF sensors also use multiple sensing elements to eliminate sensitivity to changes in supply voltage and noise on power ground lines, and feature cold sealing available to -50C.
Delphi® has more than 50 years of OE experience in the fuel handling systems category. Delphi invented the first automotive radiator in 1911, the first car heater in 1929 and the first vehicle air conditioner in 1954. Delphi has over 100 years of experience supplying OEMs, which today includes the likes of Toyota, Ford, Audi and Ferrari.