Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Fredericksburg, VA, USA
Re: BC Air Temp Problem
Here's a 15 second attempt at a fix....lets assume the connector is not fully seated. Simply unplug it, and replug it. Easy to find, as I think you can reach it from just under the headlight, with no tupperware needing removal. Do it 2 or 3 times, as the plug/unplug action can scrape away any light corrosion that might have gotten in there.
If that fixes things great, otherwise you spent under a minute, with no out-of-pocket expense.
I've had the -40 degree thing after having the nose off (and the temp sensor disconnected) to wire some aux. lights. When I reassembled, I saw -40 degrees for quite some time. So you could have simply a loose connection.
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