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Old 09-10-2003, 03:21 AM
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I understand your logic. But if your idea is true then why is the rest of the black tube from the sensor to the motor black solid tubing.
Look at the picture above. The White tube is connected to two long black tubes.
The sensor is at the intake section of the tube. It is located at the center top of the dash. Just above the 2 outlets.
The tube goes along the inside of the dash, past the glove box and is connected to the "intake" section of the blower motor. The tube is designed to pull air over the sensor. The sensor is 1/2 an inch from the intake. So I don't see where the "temp" build up or cool down would effect the system temperature input.

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