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Outside temperature sensor location?

Does anyone know where the outside temp sensor is located on the F-350 X-cab? And is it easily replaced?

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In a different online forum I found a posting that refers to Ford part # 15A022 for a 2001 F-150. That part number does not return any hits on the various parts web sites I've tried. Any Ford parts guys around who know what the part number is for the 2004 F-350?

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i believe its right behind the grill. by where you would do the zoodad mod.


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Devius nailed it. It's the bulb like sensor that you see in all the zoodad pictures. Facing the front of the truck it is located behind the grill to the right of the condensor/radiator/intercooler. That would be the driver's side. It's real easy to replace. Sorry I don't have a part number for you but any Ford parts guys should know what it is.
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Thanks for the info.

Now I just have to figure out what the heck a zoodad is! Lots to learn.

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If you do a search on zoodad you will learn more than you ever wanted to. Basically it is cutting a hole in the core support in front of the air intake snorkel to let the truck breathe cooler air. On either a 6.0 or 7.3 it would be on the driver's side just off to ths side of the radiator.
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