The ambient temperature sensor is a negative temperature coefficient sensor that informs the semi-automatic / automatic temperature control system of outside air temperature. The computer uses this input, along with other in-car temperature sensors to control temperature and blower speed. This sensor is prone to front end collisions. When the sensor starts to go bad, possible symptoms include the illumination of the check engine light, black smoke escaping the engine, engine overheating, and poor fuel economy. This repalcement sensor is built to factory specs and is a great replacement for a broken or damaged sensor.
- 2017+ Infiniti Q60 Coupe (CV37)