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Old 03-11-2014, 08:48 PM   #1
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So what sensor is being used for the exterior temperature reading inside the car-- the one on the dash. It usually reads a good 10-15F high when it is warm, closer to actual in cooler temperatures. What sensor should I try to replace?

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Hey,

So what sensor is being used for the exterior temperature reading inside the car-- the one on the dash. It usually reads a good 10-15F high when it is warm, closer to actual in cooler temperatures. What sensor should I try to replace?

Thanks.
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