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WHERE DO I FIND THE IAT SENSOR IN A VOLVO V70 98

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  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    receiving a po111 code, we replaced the iat sensor could thermostat be causing it now?

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It is either part of the MAF sensor or it is in the rubber flex air intake hose to the engine from the the air filter, it is small and round and sticks into the incoming air steam to the engine after the air filter. Why do you want to replace this? if there is a IAT trouble code many times someone just forgot to connect it when the air filter was changed or the eng worked on.

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