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Where Is The Iat Sensor On A 96' 2.2l?

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Old 08-06-2007, 05:54 PM   #1
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Where Is The Iat Sensor On A 96' 2.2l?

IDK where the IAT sensor on my 96 s10 2.2L is?? can anyone let me know, and is it the same as the mass air flow sensor?? or do i even have one
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Re: Where Is The Iat Sensor On A 96' 2.2l?

Quote: Originally Posted by ryanjbill15
IDK where the IAT sensor on my 96 s10 2.2L is?? can anyone let me know, and is it the same as the mass air flow sensor?? or do i even have one
no you don't have an maf sensor. ait is located on the air intake tube w/2 wires plugged in after the air box.
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Re: Where Is The Iat Sensor On A 96' 2.2l?

hey a cleanmachine your intake is sick how much did it cost altogether
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