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air temperature sensor
« on: 31 May 2019, 20:28:04 »

when i open my bonnet (2.2dti ) there is a loose wire which should be attached to the air temperature sensor. i cannot find the air sensor. so need some help in finding it.  p.s sorry to James i think it was who remarked about the wire at the recent Brackley meet whom suggested it was supposed to be attached to aforesaid sensor. at the time i didn,t think it was
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Re: air temperature sensor
« Reply #1 on: 31 May 2019, 20:43:24 »

it's on ebay   ;D

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it should be clipped to the center of the front bumper ,but you have replaced your bumper IIRC  :-\

unless you have the old bumper with it on , or the new bumper has one fitted but not connected  :-\
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Re: air temperature sensor
« Reply #2 on: 31 May 2019, 21:02:18 »

it's on ebay   ;D

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it should be clipped to the center of the front bumper ,but you have replaced your bumper IIRC  :-\

unless you have the old bumper with it on , or the new bumper has one fitted but not connected  :-\
its the original bumper . but did have it off , will look tomorrow  :y
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Re: air temperature sensor
« Reply #3 on: 01 June 2019, 09:01:51 »

So presumably your outside temp reading is reading F (for fault).  That'll confuddle the climate ;D
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Re: air temperature sensor
« Reply #4 on: 02 June 2019, 08:10:18 »

When wifey's astra h went in for a front end repair, it came back with the temperature reading around 50 after warm up. Sensor was obviously in close proximity to the hot bits.  ;D
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Re: air temperature sensor
« Reply #5 on: 02 June 2019, 21:37:17 »

So presumably your outside temp reading is reading F (for fault).  That'll confuddle the climate ;D
constantly at zero. not too bothered, but if i can find where it is supposed to locate to then it may as well go on
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Re: air temperature sensor
« Reply #6 on: 02 June 2019, 23:01:32 »

So presumably your outside temp reading is reading F (for fault).  That'll confuddle the climate ;D
constantly at zero. not too bothered, but if i can find where it is supposed to locate to then it may as well go on

But your inside cabin temp will be up the pole ....
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Re: air temperature sensor
« Reply #7 on: 03 June 2019, 10:22:12 »

PFL - Clips into hole on underside of front bumper, right on the passenger (RHD) corner
FL - Clips into hole on underside of front bumper, near the centre
FL with Irmscher bumper - Clips into hole visible through mess under numberplate.
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Re: air temperature sensor
« Reply #8 on: 03 June 2019, 11:22:11 »

PFL - Clips into hole on underside of front bumper, right on the passenger (RHD) corner
FL - Clips into hole on underside of front bumper, near the centre
FL with Irmscher bumper - Clips into hole visible through mess under numberplate.

Tidy the mess up , it will be even more visible through the mesh  :y  ;D
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