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success cleaning MAF on 1994 Mustang gt

I have Ben a member of this forum for about one year. I have learned many things and saved many dollars from the posts that i have read. I hope that I have helped a few people with my replies to questions. I have been following all of the post about poor performance of the 5.0. stalling, stumbling and tune up problems just in case I was to have a similar problem. I have had my 94 gt convertible for about a year and was never impressed with its off the line response. From a start it was just OK. after the tranny shifted into second gear the car would come to life and take off. I assumed that it had to be the highway gears.
This weekend I replaced my air cleaner. i figured while i was in there why not try cleaning the MAF sensor just like i have read suggested to other members.
I followed the directions i saved off this sight. It was easy. I didn't use carb cleaner but used electronic cleaner (thats all I had) and cotton swabs. I was surprised at the black film that wiped off the wires. I cleaned out the air cleaner housing and put everything back together.
WoW it is like a different car. My wife yelled for burning out at the end of the drive way. This is the mustang I always wanted.....
1994 gt convertible 5.0 stock everything So far
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lol...2funny i catch the same crap from my girl and the whole neighbor hood...happy mustanging buddy!
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yea mine gets mad at me when i do it too but i love to do burn outs

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And why they get mad? As if they don't like it too...

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lol same here. you said it EAGLE.

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