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Old 05-22-2011, 09:15 PM   #1
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Hey guys,

I'm going with a screw in IAT sensor. I need to wire into my existing one. I found from research that there is no polarity on IAT's so it doesn't matter which wire is which. Is that correct?

Has anyone used one of the GM IAT's before? I read they are more responsive as well.

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I've not used a gm iat sensor, but this is what I'm using now with no issues. plugs into factory harness.
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just a few weeks ago when I had to relocate my IAT for the meth setup, I went with a GM. Car ran like ****, I put a lightning IAT in and wa la
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