Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Replacement Toyota Camry 2012-2017

Reconnecting the electrical connector of the mass airflow sensor.

Fault codes P0102 and P0113 will be active if you have a faulty MAF sensor, the check engine light will come on, and the vehicle may have poor acceleration. This guide is a step-by-step procedure to replace the mass airflow sensor on a 2012-2017 Toyota Camry XV50.

What you will need

Procedure

  1. Unlock the vehicle and open the driver’s door.Opening the driver's door of the Toyota Camry 2012.
  2. Connect the OBD II Scanner on the OBD II port below the dashboard.Connecting the OBD II scanner to the vehicle.
  3. Insert the key into the ignition switch and turn it to the accessories menu.Switching the vehicle to accessories menu.
  4. Set the scanner to the diagnostic menu and go to Read Codes (stored).Setting up the OBD II Scanner.jpgThe code stored on the scanner P0102.
  5. Open the hood and locate the mass airflow sensor above the air filter housing or airbox.Opened hood of the Toyota Camry 2012.The mass airflow sensor of the Toyota Camry 2012-2017.
  6. Disconnect the connector by squeezing the connector and pulling it out.Disconnecting the connector of the mass airflow sensor.
  7. Remove the screws holding the sensor using a Philips screwdriver.Removing the screws on the mass airflow sensor.Removing the screws on the mass airflow sensor.
  8. Pull the mass airflow sensor out.Pulling the mass airflow sensor out..jpgRemoving the mass airflow sensor.
  9. Get the new sensor and install it into the air filter housing.Installing the new mass airflow sensor of the Toyota Camry.Installing the new mass airflow sensor of the Toyota Camry.
  10. Reinstall the screws and reconnect the electrical connector.Reinstalling the screws on the mass airflow sensor.Reconnecting the electrical connector of the mass airflow sensor.
  11. Go to the driver’s seat, start the vehicle, and start the engine. Clear the fault codes with the OBD-II scanner. As long as there is no other issue, the check engine light should stay off.  Starting the vehicle to check the check engine light.
  12. Get the scanner, go to the diagnostic menu again, and erase the code.Erasing the code on the scanner.Erasing the code on the scanner.Erasing the code on the scanner Mass Airflow Sensor
  13. Start the vehicle a few times and recheck the engine light.

A generic OBD-II scanner can clear the check engine light, but if you want a more professional OBD-II scanner, use the YOUCANIC Full System Scanner, which can read and clear fault codes through every vehicle’s control module.

YOUCANIC UCAN2 SCANNER

That’s it. Replacing the mass airflow sensor on a Toyota Camry is very easy.

We hope you find the Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Replacement Toyota Camry 2012-2017 guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Toyota.

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