When I broke the tab on my headlight connector I went through the trouble of replacing the connector which was a pain with the limited amount of room there.
When it happened to my other headlight connector, I placed a small dab of rtv silicone on the outside of the connector where it meets the housing. The connector stays in place and the silicone is removable with a blade. It's been that way for 18 months and over 25,000 miles now.
I don't remember how the MAF sensor looks, but if there's plenty of room, I'd say replace the connector. Otherwise, maybe a small drop of RTV somewhere you can remove it will do the trick.
My fuel injectors have zip ties on them...
Edited by metalpanther (07/27/20 01:17 PM)