Hi again, Had my 2002 Sedona checked with a computer and was told it was a heat sensor making the check engine light come on.
Can anybody tell me where it is???
And how hard is it to get to??
Thanks in advance, Rich
Well I can think of two places you'd have one, on the air intake, measures temp of incoming air, usually right behind the filter box, and one on the exhaust, which are usually on the manifolds or before the cat.
Thanks for the answers, as to which one I don't know. The place I had it checked told me it was a heat sensor and when I asked where it was, they told me it was by the thermostat. But for a non-mechanic like me, that don't tell me nothing. All I know is oil, water, etc. are full and the light and the fan still come on.
I really appreciate the help from the forum. Rich <_<