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Outside air temp sensor
« on: 16 February 2024, 10:26:52 »

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So I was getting weird readings on my temp reading way below what it was, so replaced temp sensor behind bumper and doesn't seem to be any different, showing 0oC when it's about 9oC. Is this then the wiring at fault somewhere?
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Re: Outside air temp sensor
« Reply #1 on: 16 February 2024, 14:32:28 »

Panic over, it's now sitting at 9.5oC
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Re: Outside air temp sensor
« Reply #2 on: 16 February 2024, 20:49:31 »

If itís intermittent, itís often loom, usually either side of multi plug near horn
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Re: Outside air temp sensor
« Reply #3 on: 17 February 2024, 08:24:49 »

If itís intermittent, itís often loom, usually either side of multi plug near horn

Readings were consistently lower than actual temp hence trying the sensor first.
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