Where is an IAT sensor located on a vehicle?

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An IAT or Intake Air Temperature sensor is a device that is used to detect the temperature of the incoming stream of air. It is normally located in an intake air passage and is fitted into vehicles that have Mass Air Flow sensors.
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IAT sensor is also referred to as the Intake Air Temperature sensor. You can find the IAT sensor in the engine of the air cleaner cover on a car. For more information look here:
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what are the colors of the wires of the IAT/MAF for a Chevy silverado 2007 1500 4.8L.
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it is 2010 it is under warrenty im sure itll be void if you dont take it in and have them fix it
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1. Open the F-150’s hood and find the air filter box on the driver’s side of the engine compartment. 2. Trace the air filter box toward the passenger’s side until
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The IAT (intake air temperature) sensor on a Dodge Ram can be found under the hood. To locate it, pop the hood up and look for the air filter. It should be connected ...
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