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2003 Ford Explorer: 4WD..w/ 4.0L SOHC & AT..MAF

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Where is the IAT sensor on a 2003 Ford Explorer 4WD w/ 4.0L SOHC & AT? Is it the two wire unit near the TB or the 4 wire unit that is part of the MAF?

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The IAT sensor:

  • is repaired as an assembly with the MAF.
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Customer: replied 10 years ago.
Reply to LBS Tech's Post: which of the four wires in the MAF assembly are the IAT circuit?
The gray wire is the reference voltage for the IAT and the gray and red wire is the signal return wire for the IAT
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