where is the iat sensor located in a 2011 kia optima turbo
Country: United StatesMake: KiaModel: Optima EX turboYear: 2011Engine: 2.0
Hello I will help you with your question,
The IAT is part of the MAP sensor, do you need the wire colors?
ok i bought a g force perfonmance chip is telling me it goes on the iat/maf wire where is that located because i dont see it
The chip maker does not know this engine, you need the MAP sensor and the #3 and #4 pins in the connector have the green and black wires for the IAT
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does this chip fits the kia optima 2011 turbo 2.0 engine yes or no
Yes it will work the same your IAT is not in the same place as most of them. Most are mounted alone or in the MAF but yours is in the MAP.
All the IAT does is measure the temperature of the incoming air so it can be mounted anywhere in the intake ducting. Yours is packaged with the MAP as shown above.
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l dont understand this where is the map and can you send me diagram please
Did you click the link I posted above where it says "click here for location"?
Can you go and do that so you can get the information I posted for you?
Just scroll up to where I posted the link
that grafic is not clear and l dont understand it
It is not a graphic but a photo but the MAP sensor is shown where it is mounted on the intake. Is it the resolution that you are having trouble with or the location shown?
is the resolution plus the sensor is not in intake
OK, the sensor is in the intake so it can measure the intake pressure and temperature. This is what this sensor does.
maybe the graphic below will help you locate it. You need to find the component shown at #2 in the diagram below
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