Just unscrew the rubber hose that is between the sensor and the throttle body. Remove the electrical connector from the sensor and then remove the 4 screws that hold the sensor to the air filter box. To clean it I'd just spray some carb cleaner on a rag and wipe the inside of the sensor out but be really careful not to touch the sensor itself. It's a little wire inside a pill sized opening on the right hand side of the sensor housing, in the airbox side of the sensor.
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