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Your outside temperature sensor is located in the front bumper behind the front license or number plate bracket. It is a silver shaft about the diameter of a pen about 1 1/2 inches long with a connecting wire

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The outside temperature sensor will almost always be in the very front of the car. Before anything else. If it were behind anything, the readings would be skewed by the heat of the car. Check behind the front bumper... look behind the grille and behind the air dam. Good luck.

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