Having problems with your 2005 Nissan Altima ?

I am planning to install a GFORCE Performance Chip on a 2006 Nissan Sentra, 4 cylinder, automatic transmission, VIN 1N4AL11D06N377044. Instructions mention a 2 wire system for the IAT sensor but those are usually for 1995 or older. I am quite certain that I have the newer system using 4, 5, or 6 wires. I haven't checked the precise number but recognize that my IAT is integrated with the MAF. It's between the air filter and the throttle body and that makes sense because the flow of air is reg

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-03-2019

Answers :

Hello p klenk.

12 volt battery power is fed to the maf/air temp unit and the various signals processed and sent on to the ECM.
I don't see two wires specific for IAT. Only one in, marked IAT.
I do not see any internal component diagrams nor do I have any data on your chip upgrade.
Whether you can use the air temp out signal I am not sure. Perhaps you can tie in on the air temp output and ground the other lead on your setup.
This type of add on is not too popular here and rarely see them.
I hope yours works well when you get it hooked up.

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