you must have forgot that you typed this^^^^^^^not even gonna get into the argument,
clearly it does since you are adding propane and you keep trying to defend the "speed" of your truck.say my trucks slow lol it don't bother me
That's currently what it is doing. Did you notice a decrease if fuel economy when you switched the stock filter with the 6637? I'm not super worried with fuel economy but I noticed that the truck used a lot more fuel once I switched, I didn't know if that had anything to do with that sensor.that is the intake air temp sensor.
i let it hang next to the filter on the inner fender.. 20 years now, and no issues.
I still have mine plugged in, it's just sitting on the fender liner and I don't have any codes. I just wasn't sure with it not getting filtered air anymore, if that would affect anything.If it is still plugged in it is just like it is still connected to the air box but it does throw a code.
I doubt that it affects mileage one way or another
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