Question about Chevrolet Cavalier
I have had 3 descriptions where the IAT sensor is located one is in the intake tube which makes sense two is on the throttle body still makes sense but three is on the intake manifold im pretty sure my 2001s intake manifold is so small there is no way anything could be there and is there a way to over ride the govenor so i can break 170k im tired of my car reving out so low.
Your IAT sensor is going to be on the intake tube.
the connector you should see is a oval two wire connector. (the normal for chevys) the other connector going to the intake tube is the mass air flow, these usually have 4-6 wires.
I can't help you with your govenor problem
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