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Cleaning sensors

I have my 700 apart at the moment and was thinking that it would be a good time to clean the sensors for the intake. I searched the service manual for which sensors to clean and how to clean them but I found nothing. Is this something that should be done or just leave it alone?

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If you do clean them, I'd use something like mass air flow sensor cleaning spray. And then apply dielectric grease to connections. Personally I haven't messed with mine.

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If you do clean them, I'd use something like mass air flow sensor cleaning spray. And then apply dielectric grease to connections. Personally I haven't messed with mine.

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Thanks for your reply. I have mass air flow sensor cleaning spray. Sensor cleaning was a yearly ritual with the canam. I just assumed it would be necessary on any efi atv.

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