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Air temperature readout stuck at 50

2002 Olds Bravada:
The air temperature readout on the dash always reads 50 regardless of the actual temperature. Although, one day when it was 10below, it did read -4 for a short time. Where is the sensor for that device? Easily replaced?

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It does sound like a sensor problem. Not sure where the sensor its self is, but they are usually by the drivers side mirror, or underneath the windsheild valance. They need to be placed in a area where wind wont give false readings due to wind chill factors. Any dealership should be able to tell you. good luck. John...

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