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Old 03-12-2003, 10:19 PM
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IAT Sensor Location?

I have a 1991 2.3L Ford Ranger. I was wondering where the IAT Sensor Location is. Also called the Intake Air Temperature Sensor. I have been reading about a mod using a resistor to modify this sensor. Has anyone else heard or done this mod? Does it work? I've been told the IAT is in the MAF or around something like that, I don't really remember. IF it is inside the MAF, how do you get to it exactly? Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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IAT Sensor Location?

It should be in the intake tube between the MAF sensor, and
throttle body, and it will have a 2 wire connector going to it....
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