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Q:Does this sensor control how fast or slow my blower motor runs?
A:Should only tell you the temp. Doesnt control anything.
Q:could this be why my car says its worm but blows out could air.when its coold out(duct air temperature sensor). Changed coolent teamp
A:This could be on eof the issues, however I would recommend taking it in to a reputable mechanics shop to determine which sensor or other components would need to be replaced.
Q:I have a service engine soon code P1275 that shows "Manufacturer fuel air metering". Would this be the part that fixes that problem? If not don you know which sensor it may be so i can purchase one and fix it.
A:No, this is not the sensor you need. The sensor I believe you need is the mass air flow sensor.
Q:Where is this part located on the vehicle, is it the sensor that sends the temp reading to the dash display.
A:The air temperature sensor is always located along the ducting of the air intake between the throttle body and air filter housing. The air temperature housing sends its signals to the ECU of the vehicle and not the gauge cluster. The temperature gauge inside the vehicle is the temperature of the coolant.
A:This part is located in the A/C ducting usually in the center ducts. Looking through the vents, you usually can see them.