haha, that one was something i actually removed from the brake duct...i figured it was the temp sensor...the first one was just hanging when i took the bumper off, any ideas as to what i should do with it?
The first is the temp sensor I just zip tied mine to another wire that was down there. I suggest keeping it out of the sun and away from the engine if you want it to be accurate.
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That's hilarious. I had that same question when I bought my 325i. But, instead of tying it up to something I decided to just let it dangle. Then it decided to fall off, and now my outside temp gauge reads -35F. I'm so stupid. ghead
easiest way to find out is to disconnect it and find out if the car has a mis-read or a sensor reading has changed. Then youll know
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