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Old 04-12-2005, 11:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Little things like this bother me. Can any body tell me what do I need replaced so my temperature reading can become more accurate? i.e when it is 65 F outside it says 80 F.
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it might be your outside temp sensor that is starting to fail. they are usually somewhere under the front of the car.

what body style 5 do you have the location of the sensor is in diffrent areas for the diffrent body styles
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it might be your outside temp sensor that is starting to fail. they are usually somewhere under the front of the car.

what body style 5 do you have the location of the sensor is in diffrent areas for the diffrent body styles
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