[200q20v] Code 2322

Brett Dikeman brett at brettd.dsl.speakeasy.net
Wed May 23 17:53:53 EDT 2001

The sensor on top of the intake manifold, right after the throttle.  It is
usually hard-soldered to the wiring, a royal PITA to change out, or even
test properly(you have to unhook the ECU's connector and measure from
there knowing the proper pinout, or unsolder the connections and test the
sensor directly.)

It will cause low boost and a conservative timing, because the ECU assumes
a max intake air temp.  High charge air temps=detonation etc.


 On Wed, 23 May 2001, Max Conover wrote:

> Hi all,
> Just got this fault code from my 91 20v Avant.
> What sensor are they talking about ? Anyone else ever had this problem ?
> 2322
>        Inlet air temp
>        Open or short circuit
>        Defective sensor or wiring
>        Symptom: Slight power loss, Increase in fuel consumption
> Thanks
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