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2004 Heritage & Lightning ( guess this is your config, with posted in 2003 section ).

Looking at the engine, the air filter housing is the large round tube on the right hand side ( driver's side or left when reading descriptions )
The IAT is in the pleated section of the intake ( factory intake ) to the left of the air filter, about where the power steering fluid reservoir is at ( it should be pointing towards the back of the truck ).
Small black connector with a plastic wire loom on it.

2004 Non heritage ( New Body Style ) :
It is on the side of the large housing that holds the air filter ( on the stock intake, not a FIPK kit from K&N or the likes ).

Looking at the engine, the air filter housing and tray are on the top ( 2 latches hold the air filter tray in ), on the right hand side just behind the top of the T shape ( looking down on it ).

The connector should be black with a trace of red on it.

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