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Where is the ambient temperature sensor located ?


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Outside temperature sensor


The outside air temperature indicator's displayed temperature can be recalibrated. Press and hold the reset select button for 10 seconds . While you continue to hold the button, the display will scroll through temperature settings from +3 to -3. When the desired correction value appears on the display, release the button, and the recalibrated outside air temperature will be displayed. Each time a desired correction value is entered, it replaces the previous value. Give that a try mmkayyy:)

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Ext. temperature gage doesn't work on mercury montego?


Okay, the first thing is this may just be a bad sensor, the sensor is located on the front of the truck behind bumper area,Make sure the sensor is not unplugged or is touching the condenser or radiator. the sensor should be mounted so that it is not touching anything, the tip of the sensor is what reads the outside temp,
If the sensor is mount correctly and is plugged in then replace the sensor with a new one and that will solve the problem. good day.

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Outside temperature display is widely inaccurate.


Change heater output temperature sensor.That is a SAAB dealer job.

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Lexus ES300 outside temperature gauge not working


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The outside air temperature sensor for the 2003 Camry


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Outside unit not registering temp and humidity to base unit


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To get the outside temperature working again, open the outdoor sensor box carefully loosening the one screw with a screwdriver, insert 3 brand new AA batteries, check phone for outside temperature. If not showing on the phone display, try changing the 'channel' setting, just above the batteries. Be careful not to break the tiny switch. Gently use a smaller flathead screwdriver, if needed. There are 3 settings. Mine worked fine on the first setting. If it is showing on the phone set screens, then, carefully screw the lid back on to the sensor box, and re-insert into the sensor wall holder. I keep mine in a plastic bag on a shelf outside, away from sun, so I can get a true reading day or night. It is always a bit warmer in the sunlight than the true outdoor air temperature. Enjoy

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