Q: Air flow sensor replacement

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Hey when changing the air flow sensor, do the numbers on the air flow sensor itself have to be the same as the old one being repla

My car has 24000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The numbers on the part may be different depending on the part numbering system used by the manufacturer or distributor of the part you are replacing it with. The important factor to note is who makes the replacement part. If you are able to find this out, you should be able to look up the reference chart for your specific application.

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