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Old 01-04-2008, 01:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Intake AirTemperature (IAT) Sensor Location

Hi Guys,

I was trying to find the location for the Intake Air Temperature Sensor and wanted your help. If anyone could tell me where would that be on an '04 Corolla with a picture (if possible) that would be great. I tried finding it, but all in vain

Thanks in advance.
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Hi Guys,

I was trying to find the location for the Intake Air Temperature Sensor and wanted your help. If anyone could tell me where would that be on an '04 Corolla with a picture (if possible) that would be great. I tried finding it, but all in vain

Thanks in advance.

It's built into the mass air flow sensor just downstream of the air box.
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LOOKING FOR THE 1988 22-re IAT!

I for the damnest of me can't find the iat (intake air temperature) for the life of me! I bought a mindblower performance module that goes into it but I can't f'n find it?! some help please with VERY details instructions or even a picture?!?! i drive a 1988 toyota pickup with a 22-re EFI 4x4
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i think you're in the wrong car forum buddy, this one's for 9th gen corollas, not 1988 toyota trucks
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