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3/01/2004
02:51:19

Subject: IAT sensor, what is it?
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Everybody is talking about their IAT sensor. What is it? Where is it? What does it do? Where do you move it to? Will it make my truck have more power?



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3/01/2004
02:53:42

RE: IAT sensor, what is it?
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Go here for pics and everything you want to know about
including where to move it and what to plug the old hole with:

www.mark-world.com/dakota/iat.html



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3/01/2004
03:40:48

RE: IAT sensor, what is it?
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thank you! will it make me faster?



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3/01/2004
09:57:37

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It will, marginally, but it's free to do. Just don't expect it to be like adding a turbo. Where I noticed the most change was at highway speed. When I go to accelerate (not stomping on it, but gradually), it seems to have more power. This would indicate to me that if it does add more power it's in the upper revs 2k and above.



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3/01/2004
10:24:48

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sweet thanks



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3/01/2004
12:29:41

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What engine was those nice pics on, NOT a 4.7!



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3/01/2004
12:30:48

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Oh, duh, now I see it was from 5.2 owner.

nevermind, back to those semla hayek pics!



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