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Where is the inlet air temperature sensor in a escort engine 1.6?

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2006-10-23 00:31:44
2006-10-23 00:31:44

I can't tell you exactly, but generally the IAT sensor is located on or near the air filter box. On some newer cars it's actually incorperated into the mass air flow sensor.

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