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Old 01-22-2008, 05:36 PM
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Question Sensor by Zoodad Mod

What is the sensor mounted just below the area you cut away to do the zoodad mod? I was thinking it was a temperature sensor?

If so does it just sense temp for overhead console or does it have a function for the engine?

The reason I ask is I have a pre made piece of metal that would make a great shroud to funnel the air into the opening to the air filter, but I would have to relocate that sensor.
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Yes it's a temp sensor for the overhead console.
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Agreed...if you leave it in an area similar to where it is, I don't see why you can't relocate it. Say, to a lower location, or off to one side.
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Actually it would probably be better. Mine always reads alittle high in the morning just do to engine heat.
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Actually it would probably be better. Mine always reads alittle high in the morning just do to engine heat.
I've noticed that too, before and after doing the zoodad...and during the summer especially sitting in the sun. As soon as I start moving it adjusts though.
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I am going try to get this Mod. done this weekend along with flushing my cooling sytem and filling up with Final Charge. I think I will replace the upper hose with the re-routed style, and do the bottom hose while I'm at it.
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