The 1993 Chevy S 10 Blazer IAT sensor can be found on the top of the transmission. The IAT sensor will be near the front of the transmission.
The IAT sensor is located on the intake manifold air cleaning housing or air duct.
it is located in side the maf actually they use the same sensor housing.
The IAT intake air temperature sensor plug on a 93 Nissan is on the intake pipe. The EGR sensor is located on the intake manifold.
93 thru 99 3.0 motors have IAT but later models do not
The IAT sensor on the 1993 Honda Prelude is located to the right of the intake manifold as you face the engine compartment. It is connected with red and green wiring.
red/blue and red/white
Grand Prix's in '93 did not come with superchargers. Supercharged engines were not introduced until the 1997 model year.
a starter on a grand prix is behind the engine which mean you must go under and find it. once under it will be very notice able.
The intake air temperature sensor is inside the main plastic housing of the air intake box where the air filter resides.
On the 323 and 95 1.8 liter, the Mass Airflow Sensor and the IAT are in one unit. I'm not sure which wires are which on your car but I believe it's the green/pink and red/black wires. Hope this helps! -Christian Riehlc@rider.edu
check a haynes manual. you can buy on for about $19.00 from a parts store that sells them. OMG,,, what a lame fricking answer, ur an idiot
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.
just had my 93 grand prix done there are struts back there.the stuts does not cost much .and if u know how to put them on you will spend less then 70.00 dollars hope this help.
The 1993 Pontiac Grand Prix 3.4 liter engine spark plug gap should be .028. Most spark plugs come pre-gapped from the manufacturer.
It stands for the Air Intake Sensor. Basically it is another sensor used by the computer to adjust fuel mixture for a good running car in cold weather. It is housed in the air filter flow assy unit.
dude...change the ecm and get it over with
I had the same problem the default factory code is 0000...
Look under the Mainfold and it should be a screw on sensor.....it also might be in a black box protected under the manifold its usually in plain sight but consealed by the box. Edit from someone else: I have a BMW 1995 318is with the same engine (if you're in the US). The engine is M42 and was used on '92-'95 318 BMWs. The IAT sensor is integrated into the volume air flow sensor, it is not a separate sensor as on some other cars.
Inside the fuel tank. Some '93 and later models have an access hatch from inside the trunk; If not you'll have to drop the tank to reach it.
its on the oil pan drivers side
If it has one it will be located on the bottom of the radiator. If not, then just remove the lower hose to drain the radiator.
on 2.3l It is on the front of the motor under the intake manifold next to the starter.
Get a "Haynes" manual for Gran Prix at an autoparts store; it will have pretty good instructions on how to do it along with helpful pictures. The procedure is too long to describe here...