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  1. Hey guys, I'd like to tap into the collective knowledge of the group. Can someone tell me (or show with a picture) of where the temp sensor is for the outside air? I need to figure out how to not block the wind getting to it when I'm driving with the plow on. I tried all the way up, down low, straight, angled, and nothing seemed to make much difference. The best I could get was down low to the ground and the temp reading on the center screen was telling me 60 degrees F, while the local weatherman told me it was about 0 F. on Saturday when it was a bit warmer out, the reading actually hit over 100 degrees. then my heater switched to blowing cool air. That doesn't help me much when trying to melt snow off the windshield. So, long story short, where is the sensor, and if anyone has tips on how to maintain airflow to it while plowing, that would be great. I am open to moving it right now.
  2. I left a secondary car sitting for two years. Today, I returned the battery to the truck and started it. After two cold Michigan winters, it started with little hesitation. I put the truck in drive and started moving down the drive way. Everything seemed normal until seconds later and about 15 feet, the truck jerked to a stop. I shifted into reverse and shifting felt normal. Again it locked up. I tried to go forward but this only resulted in squeling the rear wheels. The rear wheels where moving (for sure on one side). After a while, I decided to play with the emergency brake. If I compressed the pedal and then released it, the truck would move forward like normal but only a few feet this time. I tried the same in reverse but it didn't move anywhere. I was thinking this is the result of seized calipers, gears/teeth loose in the differential, or the worst of my worries transmission issues. Anyone have this happen to them or know someone it has happened to? I'll be taking off the wheels soon to see if I can spot the problem. Let me know if you think of what the problem could be or ideas on what to check. Thanks!
  3. Has anyone tried to move the outside air temp sensor into their airbox so it would act as an intake air temp gauge? Anyone have any comments on the idea?
  4. Has anyone noticed that the temperature being displayed varies a lot from the actual outside temperature? I am seeing a difference of over 10 degrees, at times, and it can also be correct. It seems to display whatever it likes. I had a 2003 Silverado and the readout was always accurate by no more that 1 degree, comparing to bank displays and other reported otuside temps. I inquired at the dealership and of course they told me that it took a while for the reading to be accurate. This photo was taken after driving around for several hours.
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