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08-12-2012 04:55 PM
m.huppert I've got a 2002 Wangler with the same chip, however, I have the same problem as well. I can't find the 2 wire IAT sensor that is supposed to be in between the air intake box and the MAS intake. There is one sensor that sits atop the intake manifold forward of the MAS intake... Could this be it?
05-10-2011 07:58 PM
tahoemn1
IAT sensor location

I have a 06 tj wrangler and im puttn a magnum programmer and i havent found the IAT sensor its a 4.0 and its frustrating me anyone have pics where its at.

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