Intake Air Sensor
dbpulvino at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 21 15:06:40 EST 2005
I finally fixed this on my car after having the code for a while. SJM has a
troubleshooting guide on the specific topic at his site. Basically a graph
with temp. on one axis and resistance on the other. Been my experience that
the connection problems can be intermitent, so can get the fault and it will
still troubleshoot fine. Check it cold and see what the ambient temp is
from the climate control.
Turns out my problem was a bad connection at the sensor. Even though I was
never able to pull them from the connection in the past...that was the
problem. For some reason they finally just came completely free. I wound
up buying the new gold plated connectors with associated wiring from the
dealership, soldering these to the existing wiring, and just plugging the
connectors onto the sensor. I'm sure other solutions exist, can just be
tough to resolder the original connectors back to the sensor (at least for
me) given the metal to metal contact. Maybe drill a small hole on the
sensor, strip the wire, and solder away?
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 23:57:21 EST
From: TooManyAudis at aol.com
Subject: Intake Air Sensor
To: 200q20v at audifans.com
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looks like my car is throwing the code for the intake air sensor.
Is there a common fix for this, or do I really need to spend $120 to
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