In this guide, you will find step-by-step instructions on how to change the Audi Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor.
Changing the mass airflow sensor on an Audi is very easy and takes less than 30 minutes, even for beginners.
This is what you may notice if your Audi MAF sensor is bad or dirty:
- Check engine light stays on
- Car is hard to start
- Engine stalls soon after starting.
- The engine runs unusually lean or rich
- Audi hesitates when idle or under load.
- Car jerks during acceleration.
What you will need
Open the hood of your Audi. The hood release is located under the dashboard on the driver's side.
Locate the mass airflow sensor next to the engine air filter.
- Unplug the electrical connector from your Audi mass airflow sensor. Press the connector then pull it to unplug it from the MAF sensor.
- Replace model MAF Sensor. Remove the two screws that hold your Audi mass airflow sensor in place.
- Install the new MAF on your Audi. Tighten the screws so that they are snug. Plug the electrical connector until it locks in place.
Below is a table that shows several Audi MAF sensor part numbers and applicable model years. When applicable cross-reference part numbers have been provided as well.
|Part Number (Cross-reference)||Fitment|
0 280 218 063 06A906461L, 0280218063, 0 280 218 063 0280218064,0986280217
|2000-2006 Audi A4 1.8L
2001-2005 Audi A4 Quattro 1.8L
2001-2006 Audi TT ALL
2001-2002 Audi TT Quattro AWP ALL
06A906461G 0 280 218 060, 06A 906 461 G
|2007-2010 Audi Q7 4.2L|
|2001-08 Audi A6 Quattro/2001-10 A8 Quattro 4.2L 8Cyl 5-Prong Connector|
06F 906 461 A, 06F-906-461-A MAF0052, MAF 0052, AFH 60M-27, HTC AFH60M-27 MAF0052 HTC AFH60M-27 AFH60M-27
|05 06 07 08 AUDI A4 AVANT 2.0L ENGINE AIR FLOW METER|
|AUDI A3 A4 A5 Q5 VW GTI JETTA PASSAT TIGUAN 08-17 2.0L|
|Audi A4 A6 6 Cylinder, 2.8L V6 Engine|