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Old 04-16-2009, 09:46 PM
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zoodad question

i plan on doing the zoodad to my pickup very soon what can it hurt i think its a great idea but i see on all the pictures after people are done wit there zoodads there is a little sensor or something on the bottom of the hole?? what is it? can someone help me out please
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Old 04-16-2009, 10:05 PM
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If i am not badly mistaken i think it is the outside air temp sensor. The zoodad is very easy to do to, doesn't take long at all
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air temp sensor? is it already located there or is it moved there or whats going on?
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If i am not badly mistaken i think it is the outside air temp sensor. The zoodad is very easy to do to, doesn't take long at all
You are correct. If you have the digital climate controls, it tells and reads the ambinet air temperature. Basiclly it tells the outside air temp. Mine has ot and done the zoodad mod and have had no effects so far.
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Old 04-17-2009, 04:53 AM
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air temp sensor? is it already located there or is it moved there or whats going on?
Yes and yes, it is already located there from the factory.
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ok thanks for all the help guys!
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Your most welcome.
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