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Im trying to figure oit which of the three wires that go to the IAT sensor do I use to plug my Gforce performance chip into. I have a 2001 F-250. I know some have 6 wires but mine has 3. I have no way of checking using a meter because i dont have one. I was thinking maybe someone knew so i wouldnt have to puchase a meter just for this reason?

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IAT sensor only has 2 wires ,intake air temp. Maf sensor has 6, mass air flow

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SOURCE: The GForce Performance Chip has

That is not a chip, it is a resistor in a fancy package. It cost about a dollar to make it. Jet also makes one. All it does is increase the resistance in your IAT circuit so that the PCM thinks the air coming in is colder than it actually is. Since most PCMs will add timing in colder air, you can get a bit of a perforance boost this way. The problem is, modern OBD 2 systems constantly checks itself and sensors. Since the PCM also reads a mass air flow sensor and an oxygen sensor, it eventually sees that there isn't as much air getting in as expected (since colder air is more dense) so it recalibrates the air temperture sensor thinking it is fautly. So, after a couple of days your 'chip' won't make any difference at all and in some cases it can actually cause the service engine light to come on. Also, the claims they make about these chips are unfounded and ridicuouls. Even a real chip or programmer can't expect more than a 15% gain. There is no way this IAT mod will add more than 3% and that will only be the first time you drive it. Try to get your money back and find a real chip or programmer for your car. If you are just bent on putting a resistor in your IAT wire, go get one from Radio Shack for a dollar and pocket the rest of the money.

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SOURCE: im wanting to hook up

will need more info on vehicle

Posted on Jun 14, 2011

SOURCE: Hookup of G Force Performance Chip to a 6 wire IAT sensor for 2003 Hummer H2?

You have to contact the mfg of that product

It won't do a thing for your vehicle

Waste of money & may do some harm

Send it back

If you have no instructions that should send up
a red flag & G Force never has them apparently

Posted on Nov 25, 2012

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