Date: Mon, 20 Dec 2004 15:20:40 -0500 From: "Valjean" <JValjeannospamamcharter.net> Subject: Re: Faulty Outside Air Temp Sensor?
No, it bottoms out at it's own "66".... Yes to that, and so I'm wondering how accurate it was and is supposed to be. 1994 9000 CS turbo. "Dave Hinz" <DaveHinznospamcop.net> wrote in message news:32od35F3npp2iU10nospamvidual.net... > On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 10:39:15 -0500, Valjean <JValjeannospamamcharter.net> wrote: > > It shows cooler by 4-5 degrees, which translates to too warm in the cabin, > > too often, when relying on the auto climate control. > > Can you just turn down the temperature you set your ACC to, by, say, 4 > degrees? > > > Now, is that typical, > > for a new one too? I just have to live with it? > > Well, where the sensor is, it might _be_ that temperature. Might depend on > road speed (cooling vs. radiant heat from engine compartment), or a bunch > of other things. I'd sure want it to be right at 32(F) or 0(C), though. > If it's not, maybe there's a calibration that can be made without replacing > anything. What year/model/ACC is this question about? > > Dave Hinz >