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Intake Air Temp (IAT) sensor replace

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Default Intake Air Temp (IAT) sensor replace

Locate your IAT sensor, it'* on the tube that goes from your air box to the throttle body.

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Lift the tab then wiggle and pull the plug, do not pull on the wires. Once unplugged grasp the sensor and twist and pull. It'* just held in place by the pressure of the rubber. Install new sensor and plug back in.
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