These are usually mounted in between the outlets for the vents on the edge of the dashboard. You will have look closely to see it/them, because they are no larger than about a 1/4" square. It/they will have a tiny grill covering them.
In additiona - the outside temperature sensor is located in front of the radiator support. It looks like a little horn.
A control head as in a air conditioner control head is a computer that uses inputs ,ambient temp sensors, control buttons,pressure sensors,ignition switch,etc.then switches outputs such as blower motor and mode door motors to make the a/c function
Motion sensor/AccelerometerAmbient Light sensor
Usually ambient sensors are located in front of the radiator.
location of crankshaft sensors in 2004 infinity M45
oxygen sensors or O2 sensors
There are many, many sensors in this and all of todays cars. Sensors for engine control and monitoring, ABS, Airbag, traction control, suspension, A/C, etc.
There are to many sensors to list. What sensor are you looking for, And what is the engine size. NEUTZ.
if your speed sensors are failing you will get a light on your dash either abs or taction control light you will no longer have abs or trac control
Pre or Post?
A 49 state emission engine has 2 sensors, a California state emissions systems has 4 sensors.
The controller processes the input information from sensors.
Wher are the oxygen sensors located on a 2001 rx300 Lexus SUV
Heat sensors are good but can give false positives if there is a sudden change in ambient temperature.
One of the speed sensors runs the speedometer/odometer and transmission shift patterns, other speed sensors run the abs and or traction control.
depends on the sensor .your question has to have more detail to it .Due to there is all kinds of sensors such as, temp sensor,knock sensor,o2 sensor,iac sensor,map sensor,idle air control sensor,mass air flow sensor,shift control sensors,transmission sensors,coolant sensors,hell there is even brake sensors and rear end sensors,some even have body sensors.
It reads various sensors to control the restraint system.
The TCM is the transmission control module and it has nothing to do with oxygen sensors!
The oxygen sensors control the amount fuel in the engine and if it is making too many emissions the oxygen sensors will cut back on the fuel or if they are worn out they will increase the amount of fuel. The catalytic converter will eventually get plugged up if the Oxygen sensors are bad. The oxygen sensors control the converter.
All O2 sensors are located in the exhaust system at various points.
Before and after the catalytic converter.
Under the front bumper.
Speed cameras traction control seatbelts airbags 4x4 mode parking sensors cruise control some cars when crashed call the manufacurer to get ambulance to location computer simulation tests on production line