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Old 05-18-2017, 03:14 PM
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Question Looking to change from 2000 MAF to 2006 F350 MAF

Hey guys,

Wondering if anyone has any info, Ive looked everywhere but cant seem to find any concrete information.

I'm building an intake for my 6.8L and would like to change out from the current socket style MAF equipt on our vans to the slotted MAF found on the 2002-2006 F series trucks.

They are both 6 Wire MAFS and look identical other than the socket.

Anyone have any insight?
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Sometimes a dealer parts dept can supply you with the info you seek. So also, maybe your usual parts supply store may have listings for the models in question. If they both use the same part #, home free, if not they may be able to explain the difference.
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