Ambient air temp sensor
nothing unless you reprogram the computer.
it sends the engine temp to the computer tells if it is hot or cold ....
There is a theory that the cold air is actually bad for fuel economyIt has to do with the idea of air density at different temperatures changing the energy loss from the compression of the intake charge.Basically at low throttle settings you will get better economy if the intake air is hotAt high power settings you will get better power and economy with cold dense air from you cold air intake. So under heavy work conditions the cold air intake helps, puttering around with no load its going to be worse.The ComputerThe computer will turn on the check engine light and set a code if it can't adjust to the change, so I discount this idea.
By installing an cold air intake on a mustang
A cold air intake will increase your horse power
Cold air intake is better because it's denser.
You will not damage your engine if you remove its cold air intake. The cold air intake system is merely added to increase engine efficiency and performance.
A cold air intake is an aftermarket part used to help open air flow to the engine. The cold air intake sucks up cold air from underneath the car and is attached to your intake manifold. So it is a pipe going from somewhere close to the bottom of the engine compartment leading to your intake manifold.
Yes a cold air intake could be used in any car
I would recommend putting a cold air intake in your es.
no, you only have one intake therefore you can only modify it one way. the short ram intake will most likely be a shorter edition of the cold air intake.
A cold air intake regulates the amount of cold air coming into a car and ensures the air is properly filtered.
If you are meaning that you are having to spin the starter longer to get it to crank on a cold morning then more than likely the coolant temperature sensor needs to be replaced. There are two sensors relating to the temperature of the engine. One gives a signal for the guage and the other for the computer. The one for the computer should be right beside the thermostat housing. It is what tells the computer that it is cold and the computer adjusts your fuel for a cold start.
AEM cold air intake, PACESETTER header, electric cooling fan swap, JET computer module
Yes the computer still needs to know the amount of air coming into the engine.
A cold air intake brings air into the engine. It usually consists of a plastic tube with a air filter on the end.
Almost any cold air intake system you buy will come with complete instructions for that unit.
there is a ton of stuff to do, computer chip, cold air intake, exhaust, or a new camshaft, bore the engine bigger, intake manifold, throttle body spacer, tons of stuff......
If you mean cold air intake or cold air induction (CAI), the answer is no. A cold air intake system is simply a more free flowing air intake. The intake tubing is less restrictive, and often draws air in away from engine heat, hence the name cold air intake. This could be lower in the engine compartment by the fenderwall usually. A cold air intake will ultimately make the engine run slightly cooler. A cooler engine is less destructive to the various components. So CAI will not shorten the life of your engine when properly researched, installed and used.
The 1999 Ford Transit cold start wiring diagram can be obtained from most Ford dealerships. The wiring diagram can be found in most Ford repair manuals.
No they will not, you will need a cold air intake for your 2.5.
Depends on your uses. For performance the Cold air intake is way better but if you are on a budget then the short ram is not bad.
The cold air intake may add 5-10 hp to the 335 it was built with.
Cold, no. Water from rain/melted snow, yes. If there are big puddles and flooding, do not drive with a cold air intake on your car, as water in your engine can ruin it internally.