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Old 02-06-2008, 04:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Air flow sensors?

where can u buy a airflow sensor? and are they alot?
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Old 02-06-2008, 06:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What for? The Hemi uses Speed Density air metering, not Mass Air. We don't have MAF sensors.
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What for? The Hemi uses Speed Density air metering, not Mass Air. We don't have MAF sensors.
Just to clarify my PM jblue21, are you looking for the IAT sensor or something else???

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the device that goes into the tube in the CAI, sorry for not knowing the correct term. mine is alittle loose i think i should replace it.
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the device that goes into the tube in the CAI, sorry for not knowing the correct term. mine is alittle loose i think i should replace it.
Yeah, that's called the IAT sensor and as I mentioned in my PM you should be able to get one from any dealer. I just didn't see any of the vendors here had it on their sites. You could always call TByrne's 1-800 number to ask though.

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Yes, it is an Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor. Also sometimes called a Charge Air Temp (CAT) sensor.
As stated above, the dealer can obviously get them, but they would be expen$ive. Not a popular aftermarket item, I'm afraid.

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NAPA/ Echlin #TS57225 (they call it an "air charge tempurature sensor). Retails for about $35 but looks like an item that has to be factory ordered; so there may be shipping too.
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