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IAT2 and coolant temp questions

Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic Cobra Association' started by Evil_SVT, May 3, 2007.

  1. Evil_SVT

    Evil_SVT Active Member Established Member

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    When I am in the highway I normally see 110-120d on my IAT2's and 183-186d on my coolant level..
    But when I am off the highway I normally sit at 125-130d IAT2's and 205-208d coolant (never goes past 210 even after WOT).. that is on a 80-90d weather we have been getting here in Va Beach.

    Are those good temps? or should I have my fans come on sooner?
     
  2. TRBO VNM

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    that looks good.
     
  3. Evil_SVT

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    Thanks Jason :beer:
     
  4. AngelOreo

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    Noob question.. can someone explain what IAT2 is? what is IAT1? etc etc.. or at least point me int he right direction.. searching right after I type this.. sorry
     
  5. Evil_SVT

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    IAT Intake Air Temperature

    IAT 1 is your ambient temperature which is located right after your MAF
    IAT 2 is your intake temperature which is located right behind your (inside)blower
     
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    and...the MAP sensor is built into the IAT2 sensor.
     
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    Great.. Thanks guys! Sorry for the stupid questions..
     

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