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Where is the IAT sensor on a 93 Ford Tempo?


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2005-03-31 03:02:56
2005-03-31 03:02:56

It's located in the rear of the air box. If you remove the lid off the air filter box and look inside under the filter you will see a orange tip sticking through the side of the box. That is the IAT (Intake Air Tempurature) sensor.

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