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Where is the IAT sensor on a 1988 Silverado 57 EFI and where are the ECU wires to hook your module on?

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2005-11-25 04:29:34
2005-11-25 04:29:34

The IAT sensor is probably on the throttle body and you hook you module to the dianostics connector just under the driver side of the dash.

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