Intake Air Temp Sensor
nhvonhof at attbi.com
Tue May 28 17:45:39 EDT 2002
If you need one and can get it for $100.00 at the dealer do it! I got mine from
Carlsen in Sep. 2000 for a discounted price of $114.00. They had it listed at
Peter Schulz wrote:
> Remove the sensor from the intake manifold and you will probably find a
> bunch of "gunk" on it.
> Carefully clean it with a soft brush and some rubbing alcohol and reinstall.
> (careful as this is a $100 dealer only part ;^)
> BTDT - and no more sporadic faults
> At 01:21 PM 5/28/2002 -0700, you wrote:
> >Hey all,
> >Been getting a fault code for the above for some time now and hoping
> >somebody might have some input. Fault code comes back consistently after
> >clearing the codes, however when checking resistance both at the sensor, and
> >at the ECU harness end, resistance comes back within spec. Notice the check
> >engine light coming on intermitently while driving, and as the only fault
> >code ever stored is for the temp sensor, I assume check engine light is
> >illumnating when a fault is sensed.
> >Does anybody know where the sensor attaches to a ground, or for that matter
> >have any other suggestions? On a different note, I'm also going to check
> >for vacuum leaks this week.
> >Derek P
> Peter Schulz
> 1990 CQ
> 1991 200 20v TQW indigo mica
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