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Mercury Capri IAT

What are the color of the two wires for the IAT sensor for a 1992 Mercury Capri Non Turbo?

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This is a very good online manual for the Capri.


http://www.techcapri.com/Repair/Capri_Service_Manual.htm

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http://easywatercar.com/kayakosupport/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=viewarticle&kbarticleid=131 
If its the air temp sensor removing it or unplugging it MAY do a few things depending on the type of sensor it is. Most send a signal to the computer in terms of resistance (ohms) that changes with temp. That signal is used by the PCM in conjunction with others (MAF O2s MAP) to determine timing and fuel requirements. If you unplug the IAT sensor the computer (on most GM cars) will see an open or infinite resistance and give the lowest possible temp input to the computer for air temp. That can increase timing across the RPM range sometimes giving a few extra ponies. It can also lead to detonation if too much timing is present.

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