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I need to know where the Intake Air Temperature sensor plug is located on my '08 mustang V6, i understand that it is part of the Mass Air Flow sensor but have no clear guidence on where it is located. the reason i need to know where the IAT is located is to instal a perfromance module

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  • alonzosweatt Aug 02, 2008

    I need to know where the intake air temperature sensor is

  • hdirgo Oct 11, 2008

    same but v8

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Should be located in the air intake hose

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