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Old 08-24-2008, 12:30 AM   #1
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hey all, just want to say how informative this forum is, and how much info and support is shown on it , keep up the good work. here my situation i own a 1994 f150 fuel injected with the inline 6 300cubes i was wondering where my IAT wires are located at? there is a two wire plug on top of the fuel injection manifold? [ one is red and the other is white, then there is a three wire plug that is positioned lower and are colored white and one is grayish ,or am i looking in the wrong area? any help would be appreciated, thanks

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Welcome to the site! The IAT sensor should be in the air box or the air tube leading to the engine. The 2 wires to it are gray and gray with a red stripe.
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