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How do I fix my PTAC, I have 8 flashes, "replace room thermistor (IAT)"

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Take the buttons off of your unit and remove the board cover by taking out the 2 screws on each side holding it in.  You will See on the right hand side of the board 4 post specifically , 2 for your indoor thermistor and 2 for your outdoor.  unplug your inddor  from the board ( make sure power is off)   and there should be a plate you can remove on the front of the unit on the right hand side of your evaporator coil , remove this and disconnect your thermistor from the coil (should snap right off )   pick up a new thermistor and just slide it right back in.

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I have PTAC PTH123A50AB that has red LED that flashes, and the air is warm. No cold air at all.

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1.2) IAT - Intake Air Temperature sensor

What is it? The intake air temperature sensor is a small electrical device (Thermistor - temperature dependent resistor) that consists of a small bead on a loop of wire held within a plastic safety frame.

Where is it located? Is most often found associated with the MAF (AMM) in the air ducting immediately after the air filter/cleaner box. On cars without a MAF (a manifold pressure sensor - MAP usually takes on the role) the IAT may be sited nearer the throttle opening in the air ducting. It has only two wires that make connection with it. However, when located with the MAF, a combined multi-pin plug will serve both devices.

How does it work? It measures the intake air temperature by simply measuring the resistance in the thermistor bead on the wire. The IAT is most commonly located alongside the MAF. The IAT thermistor sends a signal proportionate to the air temperature (if the usual NTC thermistor the resistance drops with increasing temperature; if PTC type them resistance increases with increasing temperature). With the engine running, fresh air is drawn through the ducting and cools the heated MAF. The temperature of the air, in conjunction with its ability to cool the MAF allows the ECU to determine the mass of air entering the engine and thereby to select the appropriate amount of fuel by adjusting the injection times.

Symptoms of a faulty IAT
Associated OBD2 error codesDTCs: P0110 - P0114; P0127

  • Higher erratic idle speed - If the IAT is at fault the ECU cannot accurately work out the mass of air entering the engine and may use a default value that is inappropriate.
  • Erratic engine - In the absence of signals from the IAT and MAF the ECU takes readings from the TPS and other sensors and this causes a rough running engine.

How to Check? Unplug the device from the duct and check that it is clean. Put a voltmeter across the contacts and measure the resistance due to the ambient air temperature. If you then breathe on it, raising the local air temperature around the probe, you will see the resistance change as a consequence. You are looking for a change in resistance in line with a change of air temperature. If there is infinite resistance, consistent with a broken circuit, or there is no measurable response to change in air temperature then the IAT is faulty.

How to Fix? Replace it


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I have a Amana unit Model# PGA60C1152F that has a blinking light on the control board it blinks 4 times. That heat will come on then go off but the blower nevers comes on.


look on the inside of the door that you took off and there should be a diagram and on that there will flash code that will tell you what 4 flashes means.i think it is a flame rollout or high limit.

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Where is the IAT sensor on the 1993 corvette


Hi Terry:
The IAT sensor is a thermistor which supplies intake air temperature information to the PCM. The IAT is located in or near the air intake duct.

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Fig. 1: On VIN 8 engines, the MAT (or IAT) is mounted in the intake plenum


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Fig. 2: On most vehicles, the IAT sensor is threaded into the throttle body extension

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Have you tested your IAT (Intake Air Tempature sensor) ? Did you install in your new cold air intake? The P0113 code sets when it senses an air temp of -31 degrees F for more than 5 second . If you test your IAT with an ohm meter it should have continuity at room temp. the warmer it is the less resistance it should have. the colder it is the more resistance it should have. If you have no continuity the IAT is bad and needs replacing.

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Model 110 73932101 kenmore elite. Blew the circuit board replaced it and checked the relays. Wont heat, found the thermal fuse is blown. Checked the high limit thermostat and the thermistor. Thermistor...


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My HE2 front loader dryer flashes f22 and stops. A repair man has replaced the thermistor twice, but it is still flashing the same error.


This means the outlet thermistor, the one on the blower housing, is open. But since the thermistor has been replaced twice and the error code still flashes (make sure it is cleared after the replacement by pressing STOP twice), the wire harness (including the connectors) connecting it to the electronic control board is cut open or the electronic control board itself is faulty and not detecting the thermistor connected.

Check the connections and the continuity of the wire harness and replace or repair it if found cut open. Consider a faulty electronic control board if the wire harness and the connectors are intact and the thermistor is known to be 100% good. Normal thermistor resistance is around 8500 ohms to 13500 ohms at room temperature (27-21 degrees centigrade).

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Hello my check engine light is on i went to local parts house had them read the code low input voltage in the iat sensor so i bought a new one had the code cleared and before i left parking lot light was...


Keep in mind that the IAT (intake air temperature) sensor simply measures the temperature of air that is entering the engine. Intake air temperature is important because the higher the intake air, the higher the combustion temperatures. High combustion temperatures result in increased Nox (Nitrogen oxides) emissions. To keep these higher temps from causing increased combustion temps, the intake air tubing should be intact, allowing the engine to "breathe" air that isn't sampled from the engine compartment. The IAT measures air temp by using a thermistor, or a thermometer of sorts. The thermistor is supplied 5 volts reference voltage from the PCM (powertrain control module) and a ground. Usually, when the air temperature is cold the resistance in the thermistor is high and when the air temperature is warmer, the resistance decreases. This change in resistance changes the 5 V reference from the PCM, thereby informing the PCM of the temperature of incoming air. If the PCM notices that the incoming air temp is unusually high, say, 300 degrees, when the engine temp is still relatively low, it will set a P0112.

Symptoms: There may be no noticeable symptoms of a P0112 code other than an MIL (Malfunction Indicator Lamp). However, a emissions test may reveal higher Nox readings depending on the type of IAT failure. Or the engine may ping under load, depending on the type of IAT failure.

Causes: Usually the P0112 is caused by a bad IAT (internally shorted or open or otherwise damaged), but it could also be:
* No reference voltage to the IAT sensor due to an open wire
* Excessively high intake air temperatures
* Short to ground on signal circuit
* Damaged IAT connector
* Bad PCM

Possible Solutions:
Hook up your scan tool or code reader and read the IAT reading. With a cold engine, the IAT should roughly match the coolant reading, since both will read ambient temperature. If the IAT is reading excessively high, check the IAT connector for damage. If you find none, unplug the IAT sensor and recheck the reading. It should now read the minimum, around -20 deg. If it does, then replace the IAT sensor. But, if the reading is still high, unplug the sensor and check for resistance across the two wiring harness terminals. If there is infinite resistance, then the PCM itself is bad. If the resistance isn't infinite, then check and repair the short to ground on the signal circuit.

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Iat sensor high input


What is it? The intake air temperature sensor is small electrical device (Thermistor - temperature dependent resistor) that consists of a small bead on a loop of wire held within a plastic safety frame.


Where is it located? Is most often found associated with the MAF (AMM) in the air ducting immediately after the air filter/cleaner box. On cars without a MAF (a manifold pressure sensor usually takes on the role) the IAT may be sited nearer the throttle opening in the air ducting. It has only two wires that make connection with it. However, when located with the MAF, a combined multi-pin plug will serve both devices.


How does it work? It measures the intake air temperature by simply measuring the resistance in the thermistor bead on the wire. The IAT is most commonly located alongside the MAF. The IAT thermistor sends a signal proportionate to the air temperature (if the usual NTC thermistor the resistance drops with increasing temperature; if PTC type them resistance increases with increasing temperature). With the engine running, fresh air is drawn through the ducting and cools the heated MAF. The temperature of the air, in conjunction with its ability to cool the MAF allows the ECU to determine the mass of air entering the engine and thereby to select the appropriate amount of fuel to use by altering the injection times.


Symptoms of a faulty IAT


  • Higher erratic idle speed - If the IAT is at fault the ECU cannot accurately work out the mass of air entering the engine and may use a default value that is inappropriate.
  • Erratic engine - In the absence of signals from the IAT and MAF the ECU takes readings from the TPS and other sensors and this causes a rough running engine.


How to Check? Unplug the device from the duct and check that it is clean. Put a voltmeter across the contacts and measure the resistance due to the ambient air temperature. If you then breathe on it, raising the local air temperature around the probe, you will see the resistance change as a consequence. You are looking for a change in resistance in line with a change of air temperature. If there is infinite resistance, consistent with a broken circuit, or there is no measurable response to change in air temperature then the IAT is faulty.


How to Fix? Replace it

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