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#1 OFFLINE   Edster

Edster

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  • Region:Canada Ontario
  • LocationMarathon
  • Current Vehicle:2009 Ford Escape XLT

Posted 02 July 2015 - 04:40 AM

Hello Everyone,

 

I have an issue with my outside air temp, which in northern Ontario is quite important in the fall and spring. Gives warning to freezing rain etc. We had really cold winters the past year or so and my sensor has been reading high ever since.  For instance, an outside temp of 7C will show on my dash as 23C,

 

 

I have found the location of the sensor, drivers side, just behind the grille, but can't get a good view of it unless I remove the grille. 

 

My question is...  does the sensor just pull out, or does it require a twist to the left or right and pull ? I'd rather not have to remove the grille if possible,

 

 

Thanks everyone,

 

Ed














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