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Old 07-09-2019, 01:28 AM   #1
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Sorry I know it's not a very descriptive title but I was working in the right front corner of tiffany today and I found this just hanging out. Anyone know what it is?

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External temp sensor.

It goes in the right brake cooling duct if you have a sport model.
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Okay, thanks. I guess I will have to get new cooking ducts so I have somewhere to put it

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If you get them new, you may have to open up the hole for the sensor. But there is an outline cast into the plastic so you can cut it accurately. I think it was in the top, but may have been in the side.

Normally not the OBC but my car, without OBC has it as well.
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