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Where is the air temperature sensor for 2001 Dodge Dakota 47?


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2007-03-12 16:15:53
2007-03-12 16:15:53

Service manual says the IAT(intake air temp) sensor is installed into the intake manifold plenum near the left side of throttle body. it appears to screw in and out.


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