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Default 10-30-2019, 07:17 PM

No that isn't possible as we just read IAT off a requested OBDII PID. So it should match up. Like I said do testing when engine is cold before starting as the number won't move. Then you can easily compare both. Ideally under different weather conditions so we can see the trend and go from there.

Keep in mind there are several intake temp sensors on the car so make sure you're reading the sensor you think you're reading via Torque and not ambient intake temp or something different.


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