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I have been getting crazy high readings for outside air temps ever since getting my car back from the body shop. I suspect they didn't reattach the temperature sensor to the right place in the front bumper area but I'm not sure where it's supposed to go. I seem to be picking up radiator heat maybe? Does anyone know where the wire harness and sensor belong? (TIA)


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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-14-2005, 06:37 PM
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the locations are in the user manual, the in cab temp is to the right of the steering colum, the outside on is where the dash and windsheild meet
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Um, I think it's in front of the condensor on the bottom left (passenger) side.
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Originally posted by k1pp3r@Nov 15 2005, 01:37 AM
the locations are in the user manual, the in cab temp is to the right of the steering colum, the outside on is where the dash and windsheild meet
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what you are talking about is the solar radiation sensor for the auto climate control. he is asking about the AMB (ambiant/outside) temp sensor.

like they said... its in the front by the radiator on the passenger side of the car. if you had front end damage, it might be touching something it should be heating it up or something. just make sure it can get plent of air to it.

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