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ECMlink Intake temp location?

Posted by LumpyVR4, Dec 4, 2020

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  1. LumpyVR4

    LumpyVR4 Supporting Member

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    I've read that the intake temp sensor should not be mounted on the manifold, but close to it. If this is correct is where I have it dummied OK?

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  2. jinscho

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    That’s about where mine is, just on the back end of the elbow so that the wiring faces towards the firewall.
     

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    yeah that's fine, I wouldn't face it upwards like that though.. It may not clear your hood. Mine I placed in my stock throttle body elbow towards the back like Jinscho said so the wiring faces the cruise control box/firewall.
     

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  4. LumpyVR4

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    Thanks guys. In the pic the bung is just sitting there. I intend it to face down towards the firewall. With it on the joiner I can rotate it to the best angle for the cable, clearance, and aesthetics.
     

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    This is where I put mine so it can be hidden with the wiring.

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