If you look at the front grill, below the bumper, the small bulb like sensor is snapped into the lower drivers side there.
on the (7 Olds Aurora it is in tront of Radiato in the air inlet area acessable from under front of car it just clips on
It is located in front of the radiator. It doesn't look like much, just a little plastic thing about the size of your thumb with one electric plug going into the top of it.
Where is the engin temperature gauge sensor located on the 1999 cadillac catera?
Ambient refers to the temperature of the surrounding air, i.e not at parking lot level etc. Ambient means the temperature not being effected by mechanical means, like AC or any heat source. example, if you serve a wine at ambient temperature, it is not a specific number it is what ever the room is at the time.
Try over in the ceiling over the drivers head and it looks like a mic for the onstar system.
On a 2000 Durango, the MAF sensor is known as an "ambient air temperature" sensor. Follow your air intake to the manifold. It's sticking out of the right side, under the manifold and looks like this: http://www.autozone.com/autozone/catalog/parts/partsShelf.jsp?displayName=Sensor+-+Ambient+Air+Temperature&currentPage=1&categoryDisplayName=&navValue=16001729&itemId=prod10194&parentId=cat10015 Good Luck.
I have a 2004 Trailblazor and the sensor is just to the right of the hood latch behind the front grill near the top. It is a small box like shape with two wires plugged into it.
It is located on the front of the radiator. If you look through the grill (at the radiator) you can see it. It is just off center toward the passenger side. It is a very small black piece of plastic. It looks like there is a short straw coming off the top of it.
If you have a 1989-1995 model 325i, the ambient temperature sensor should be part # 65818350779. Best way to see a picture is do a Google image search on the part number. It will look like a plastic piece, black on the probe portion, yellow on the plug-in portion, with 2 round electrical connector pins.
Like all amphibians, the body temperature of a frog will be very close to the ambient temperature.
No ... at least not a measurable one.
should be located on the thermostat housing like most cars. i have also seen them located on the front side of the radiator it should be cliped on the radiator.
Is warm blooded like a mammal or a bird.
just changed it today, located right side of engine, under to the right of the engine cover , has wires coming off it looking like a bolt,, water will come out when you loosen the bolt.
The outside temperature sensor on the 2005 Chevrolet Silverado pickup is located in the top of the dash next to the windshield. Look for an area that looks like a speaker but is shaped like a triangle.
the air intake temp sensor is incorporated in with your mass air sensor , it should be located in the upper center /it looks like a little plastic tear drop. hop thi helps!
Th ambient air temp sensor tells the car what the temp is and regulates the climate control to keep you cool or warm.If it goes out and it can read the out side temp as 30 below and not allow your air to even work. I just replaced mine on a 2003 bravada it was very easy to replace and the sensor was like 4 bucks
A smoke alarm or temperature sensor will also detect quick increases in ambient temperature. If your smoke detector is going off for no reason, it may be too close to a heat source like a stove, bathroom or furnace room, or it may be defective and need servicing.
For the coolant level it is usually located in the coolant reservoir. For the coolant temperature it is usually located on the engine close to the thermostat or on a cylinder head. Need more info like year, make and model to help you more.
- camouflage to match surroundings - saving food thru techniques like hibernation- changing body temperature to ambient temperature
It is screwed into the side of the upper portion of your intake manifold , on the drivers side of the engine , and has an electrical connection to it . Ford refers to it as an air charge temperature sensor .
Check your ambient light sensor. In American vehicles I have only seen the sensor on top of the dashboard. It looks like a little bubble sticking up.
The temperature sensor on a 1998 Sonoma is located in the engine compartment just to the left of the distributor. Look for a plastic part that looks like a bolt that is held on with a clip and a small wire harness. It is on the top of the manifold.
The IAT (intake air temperature) sensor is usually located in the air intake snorkel between the air filter and throttle body. It's about half the size of a spark plug and has an electrical connection attached to it.