Where is the outside temperature sensor located on a Ford Windstar?
It is mounted in front of the air conditioning evaporator under the front bumper about in the middle of the car The outside air temperature sensor for a 2001 windstar is located under the front bumber on the passengers side. It is clearly visible if you lay down and look through the lower two air openings in the plastic bumper. It is the only electrical device in that area and it is made of black plastic.
Your outside temperature display in your 2003 altima is reading wrong where is the outside temperature sensor located?
There are several temperature sensors on a 2001 Chevy Monte Carlo. A temperature sensor for outside temperature is located near the passenger side wheel underneath the vehicle. A manifold temperature sensor is located in the manifold. There is also an air temperature sensor in the hose that leads from the air filter to the motor. Still another temperature sensor is the thermostat in the upper radiator hose near the water pump.
The outside temperature sensor is located on the front left side of the vehicle in the lower bumper area. There is a small hole in the bumper where the sensor simply sticks thru the hole and is held in place by a small, raised rubber ring around the end of the sensor. Should the sensor fall out of it's normal place, the temperature will not be correct as it is affected by engine heat.
According to the manual the outside temperature sensor is located behind the front bumper. Roughly in the location of the driver side fog lamps would be placed. Unless the car came equipped with an outside temperature gauge getting it to display correctly though the instrument package may be a little iffy.
If you're referring to the outside ambient temperature sensor, it is located in the bottom of the passenger side mirror. You'll feel a little pea-sized bump on the bottom of the mirror, and the sensor is behind that. You have to dasassemble until you can pull out the sensor, then clip the wires and solder the replacement into place.