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Old 09-24-2021, 02:37 PM   #1
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Help me identify these...

I was under the front bumper replacing headlights and noticed these connectors. One looks like a sensor of some sort and located on the driver side. The second is a yellow 2 wire connector dangling down on the passenger side. 1 yellow and 1 brown w/white stripe. Goes into a loom behind the cooland reservoir.


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The sensor looks to be an ambient air temperature sensor and should fit into a hole or bracket somewhere behind the front bumper.

No clue about the yellow connector except it looks to be very clean, indicating a recent disconnect.
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Has the coolant reservoir been changed recently? If so perhaps the yellow on was for a coolant level and the new reservoir didn't have it.
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The sensor looks to be an ambient air temperature sensor and should fit into a hole or bracket somewhere behind the front bumper.

No clue about the yellow connector except it looks to be very clean, indicating a recent disconnect.

Yes bracket right there and it fit in the hole.


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Has the coolant reservoir been changed recently? If so perhaps the yellow on was for a coolant level and the new reservoir didn't have it.

I don't know if it's been replaced, good possibility. The one that's there doesn't have a switch on it but the length of the wire points to exactly what you said.


Now if I get lucky and enough people read this post maybe someone can look at theirs and confirm your idea.


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