everything is running great. mpg is a bit low, but it has been cooler on morning trips. scangauge shows good mpg during the day when temps rise(typical florida winter can be 40F am and 70F at noon). ~37 mpg am and ~43 pm to be specific.
i use amsoil fuel cleaner regularly, but the O2s are new and not OEM.
a toyota tech on another site says a dirty MAF(or one that needs replacing) shows no sign in regard to performance. sounds like my situation.
i did clean it today(MAF), and will add amsoil PI to the next fill-up.
be wary of any additives. an even marginally decent running car shouldn't need anything put in the oil or gas. additives can lead to bad readings and cars can be addicted to them (so to speak)
careful what you use to clean the MAF, anything not specifically made for that job can destroy the MAF
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Brake fluid? I can imagine them smelling like brake cleaner, because non-chlorinated "ABS sensor safe" brake cleaner is safe on them as is any "electrical contact cleaner" as is isopropyl alcohol.
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