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Could I get a picture of the location of the iat sensor? I think I know where it is but can't be sure!

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  • Elmer Dutton
    Elmer Dutton Mar 28, 2011

    It got me no where since I don't know what it looks like! If I could see its location, then I would better know,and be sure!

  • Elmer Dutton
    Elmer Dutton Mar 28, 2011

    THAT'S NOT MY ENGINE!!

  • Elmer Dutton
    Elmer Dutton Mar 29, 2011

    None of these pictures depict an Hhr 2.2 engine like I said!! So for get it!!

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Hello,
A picture I do not have but I can tell you exactly where it is. On the air inlet hose attached to your air filter housing (box that holds air filter) is the MAF sensor. Now the air filter housing itself has a similar looking sensor on it. That is the IAT sensor.

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

  • Iron
    Iron Mar 28, 2011

    Install it 89 inch lbs. Not foot lbs but 89 inch pounds.

  • Iron
    Iron Mar 29, 2011

    You did not list your engine size. Here is a diagram of the other engine. It is one or the other. The K&N housing in the first picture I uploaded is an after market product. Look for the sensor under the housing that came stock on your engine. 2 is a bolt you need to remove first. 1 is the location of your sensor. Your vehicle only has two engine sizes. Use the same torque specs.

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