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Exterior Temperature Sensor

Does anyone know exactly where the sensor for the exterior temp is? I know its in the grille somewhere, but exactly sure where. Mine works speratically. seems like loose connection?? any help is appreciated

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  • samc372 Nov 28, 2008

    My EXT display always reads 50degrees, no matter what. I suspect the sensor is unplugged, but cannot locate it.

  • tasper Jan 11, 2009

    I also can not locat the same sensor ta vassar

  • 02Olds May 20, 2009

    I have the same problem with my '02 Olds Bravada. Have you found anything out yet?

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It is located in front of the AC condenser, most times the driver side, it is on a small metal bracket.

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