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IAT sensor i need to find the IAT sensor on my 2003 ford excursion with a v10 motor

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    it's tied in with the maf sensor but which wires control it?

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Problem is I replace the sensor but the hornest wire doesn't reach my air filter box

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The IAT (Intake Air Temperture) is the sensor that measures the temp of the incoming air to the engine, it is either in the rubber hose to the engine from the air filter housing, or on the air filter housing itself, it is small and round with 2 wires going to it, many times it is left unplugged during routine maintenance.

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

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