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NEED WIRING DIAGRAM FOR MAF SENSOR

NEED TO NOW WHAT WIRES TO HOOK UP A AUTO CHIP DIRECT FOR A 2005 GMC CANYON.

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SOURCE: need wiring diagram for a 2001 GMC 3/4 ton 4x4 8.1

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SOURCE: wiring diagram for my 2003

black wire is the 5 volt reference from PCM to IAT. Tan is IAT data signal to PCM. See diagram below.

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