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I have a 2018 rogue with 48500 miles on it. The engine light code is showing maf sensor. I cleaned it and engine runs when I disconnect the top clamp so I know I need a replacement. Has anyone ever tried an maf sensor from ebay or made in china? Just weighing out my options here. Also, is it normal for my car to already need a new sensor being a 2018 model??

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