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Randall C, ASE MasterTechnician
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Ford where is the MAF/IAT sensor on an F250 Triton V10, 2

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where is the MAF/IAT sensor on an F250 Triton V10, 2002

Tracer :

Hello, My name isXXXXX will do my best to assist you with your question

Tracer :

Are looking at tapping into wires for accy or just need location of both?

Customer:

I need to tap into the wiring to add a G-Force performance chip

Customer:

What I really need is a picture/diagram and/or wiring schematic

Tracer :

Thought this is where you were going.:)let me look at diagrams and see if i can help. back shortly

Tracer :

grey and the grey /red wires are the 2 wires from MAF/IAT with these 2 wires from IAT. the grey is the ref volts of 5 volts, the other is signal

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Customer:

Ok, that established, where is the physical location of MAF/IAT?

Customer:

Is it located on the air intake just above the throttle body? Three wires?

Tracer :

looking for pic to send

Customer:

Way cool!

Customer:

I sure miss the old 289 that was soooo easy to work on! I guess I'm kinda dating myself, eh?

Tracer :

Its in the big round air intake housing, locate the 2 wires sent info on

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Customer:

it's INSIDE the air intake?

Customer:

that's the MAF, correct? Not the IAT?

Tracer :

yes,, remove the ring clamp, its inside. here is plug layout

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Tracer :

the MAF houses the IAT so all in one unit

Customer:

well WAY COOL....! Now, I just want to make sure I don't screw it up installing the new chip....Thanks for the info..have a great day!

Tracer :

Your welcome. Thanks for the question

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