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KASPER
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KASPER Apr 16, 7:01pm - #443707 

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AIT sensor?

I have a question, not to seem or sound dumb but which plug is the Air Intake
Temperature Sensor? There is two hoses that goto plugs on the Intake tube and one big flat plug on top. Which one is it? Help Please cry
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QTRMLR_1
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QTRMLR_1 Apr 16, 7:31pm - #443708 

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big flat one, IAT sensor in same housing as MAF sensor.

I get my kicks on EC.
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KASPER
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KASPER Apr 16, 7:59pm - #443709 

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the reason why im asking, is that i got one of those performance chips that plug in the IAT to give you a little bit more HP and FtLbs. Have you heard anything about the performance plug(chip)?
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britters191 Oct 15, 8:38pm - #449054 
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Originally Posted by KASPER
the reason why im asking, is that i got one of those performance chips that plug in the IAT to give you a little bit more HP and FtLbs. Have you heard anything about the performance plug(chip)?


I've got one of these too, and I don't know where to connect it. I have a diagnostics document that identifies terminals THA (5v) input via resistor) and E2, which is earth, but I would like confirmation that these are the terminals to use.

Does anyone know for sure? gimme
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