Every Honda car, truck, SUV, and van with an electronic fuel injection system comes equipped with a Mass Airflow Sensor between the intake manifold and the engine air filter. The Mass Airflow Sensor measures the volume of the incoming air and sends airflow data to the electronic control unit responsible for governing the fuel induction system including the amount of fuel injected with the incoming air into the combustion chambers.
A clean and undamaged Mass Airflow Sensor is necessary for peak engine performance and maximum fuel efficiency. If your vehicle has any warning signs of a faulty Mass Airflow Sensor, we invite you to Rolling Hills Honda for the service that your vehicle needs to get back on the road with peak engine performance, efficiency, and reliability. Our Service Center is conveniently located in St. Joseph, MO near Elwood, KS, and Savannah, MO.
A dirty or damaged Mass Airflow Sensor will not be able to measure incoming air volume accurately. This leads to erroneous data sent to the engine’s electronic control unit that then miscalculates the amount of fuel getting injected into the combustion chambers. The consequence is engine performance problems, including:
At Rolling Hills Honda, a Mass Airflow Sensor Service includes a Certified Technician, proven service protocol, and we will only install a genuine Honda Part as necessary. The technician begins the service by removing the sensor to inspect its condition. Depending upon whether the expert technician finds a dirty or damaged sensor, the part can either get cleaned or replaced. If the sensor is not damaged, the Certified Technician will use a specialized instrument and cleaning solvent to restore peak performance. However, if the sensor has excessive damage, it will need replacement service with a genuine Honda Part from our Part Department. No matter if your Mass Airflow Sensor needs cleaning or replacement, rest assured that we will do what is necessary to restore peak performance and factory specifications.