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    Question Air Intake Temp Resistor Help!!

    Sooo I removed my intake temp sensor and jumped a 47ohm .5 watt 5% resistance Resistor into my harness to hack a 57 degree Reading. This is the Rec. Resistor and ohms; Why the hell is my intake temp at 347 degrees? Also, is this the reason for the RPM drops while Idle?
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    what kind of car? oops. i see its a b14
    1. for the b14, page ec-14 of the fsm states the iat sensor is not used to control the engine system. it is used only for on-board diagnostics.
    2. page ec-98 shows the value @ 68F as 2.1k to 2.9k ohms.
    3. try 4.7k ohms. that'll make the ecu think it's really cold outside

    hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teal97 View Post
    what kind of car? oops. i see its a b14
    1. for the b14, page ec-14 of the fsm states the iat sensor is not used to control the engine system. it is used only for on-board diagnostics.
    2. page ec-98 shows the value @ 68F as 2.1k to 2.9k ohms.
    3. try 4.7k ohms. that'll make the ecu think it's really cold outside

    hope this helps.
    agree with you.

 

 

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