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Intake air temprature sensor

I have a 2004 land rover disco where is the intake air temprature sensor located?

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  • kalatta1 Mar 06, 2009

    hi,

    i the mass air flow repairable or can i fix it? if so, how?

    thanks!


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Air intake temperature sensor is fitted in the hose from the air cleaner box to the intake manifold. You will see a unit with electrical connection .
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Http://carservicemanuals.blogspot.com/2008/06/download-land-rover-discovery-workshop.html

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