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Old 05-24-2003, 02:50 AM
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Mas Sensor Question

What is the difference between two mas sensors?

part number 000 094 10 48 97 e30

part number 112 094 00 48 98 e320


are these interchangable from 98 to 97 or vice versa or only the part number for its year

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Old 05-24-2003, 10:34 AM
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I'm almost certain one is for the 104 and the other is for the 112. If that's the case they're not interchangable.
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Old 05-24-2003, 10:54 AM
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It has been a concept of mine that it is real likely that the actual working part of most late model Hot Film air mass meters are of only a couple types.

I have started stocking 4 of the common ones and was real tempted to pull the removable insert out of one of them this week when I had a C230 M111 motor with a different one that we don't stock, come in.

I will do this one day and it will be easy to tell if it works. The same way I see if any of them work. I erase the self adaptation numbers and then drive it till it has readapted. If the calibration were much different it would be quickly apparant.

The various number are mostly not interchangable do to the vehicle specific nature of their mounting. I have baskets of these things laying around the shop and the removable insert appears to have a number of different airflow slots. but maybe only two or three different. This also doesn't only include MB. BMW, Volvo, maybe Saab, and VW have units that have very similar looking capsules.

Gonna try it one day.
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Old 05-24-2003, 12:04 PM
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yes one is 98 and the other 97 e320

stevebfl

This would be very interesting to know, yes the interchangable parts really look allmost the same.
Please let us know when you find out.

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