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Exterior temperature sensor placement

Anyone know where the sensor is for the exterior temp? Mine has been reading hotter than what the actual temp is and in fact it climbed up to a 100 and some degrees when it was like 5 degrees outside. I'm just wondering if it fell near something warm or if it is defective.

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I believe it is up in front of the radiator support, drivers side.

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