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Intake air temperature sensor located

I have a 2001 Subaru forester, trying to figure out where the intake air temperature is located, I cannot find it on the car even though it is showing on the computer

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On the air inlett from the front bumper to the intake manifold,should have a sensor with cables

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You have 2 converters on that vehicle (front and rear). The 02 sensor in front of the FRONT converter is directly in front of the converter. The other sensor is behind the FIRST converter.

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SOURCE: Can't locate Intake Air Temperature Sensor Connector

The IAT is integrated with the MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor all one unit the following diagram should help
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air intake look at snorkel it could be part of mass air flow check intake for eng coolant

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SOURCE: where is the knock sensor located on a 2001 subaru

When facing the engine it is in the rear right hand side.

The knock sensor is a piezo electric crystal, when they go bad the must be replaced.

Looks similar to these

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