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Default Intake air temp (IAT) plug test

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



Remove the plug by lifting the tab, the wiggle and pull the plug. Do not pull on the wires. Check for corrosion or damage, clean or repair if needed.
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