i installe one of these on my intercooler pipe right before the manifold and im getting a check engine light p0113 which is high voltage iat sensor any ideas for me?
Check to see if the little sensor is there. I have gone through 3 of these damn things, the little temp thing keeps getting sucked in. My resolve, I bought an AEM AIT screw in sensor that comes with the bung, new pigtail and its way better.
I got that code all of the time.
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alright maybe ill take it out and check . it has only ran for like 20 minutes and only drove it for like 3 minutes and only got on it a little but i will see. maybe i shouldnt have made the sensor sit in the pipe so far. but i hope that is the problem.
MSD Makes one two thats threaded comes with pigtail but plugs right into out factory harness for $20 bucks been running it for about 4 years no issues.
Ignore this thread only posting this (with the goofy title) so peopel can get some more dirrect search results.
Boosted cars need a threaded IAT sensor so boost pressures don't pop it out of the intake you can get an IAT sensor from Autozone, made by wells, part number SU107, you need a 5/8 drill bit and a 3/8-18 NPT tap to mount the sesonr, it plugs into stock wiring harness, no wiring required (At least on an 04). Some sort of sealant, just a tiny bit, aorund the threads is a good idea but not required. Total install time (assuming you have the proper tools handy) is about 5 minuets, very very simple.
please tell me theres a screw that holds this in cause from what i can figure you its IMPOSSIBLE to TAP a 5/8 hole with a 3/8 tap
3/8NPT is not literally a 3/8" thread. It a pipe thread where the ID of the pipe would be 3/8". His original info looks spot on to me.....
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Anybody have a updated part number? when I looked it up it does not show a threaded Iat. And the MSD Iat I can not find it at all. Summit does not carry it.