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Outside Temperature is Stuck

Hey yall. I've noticed the past few weeks that my temperature (for outside the car) is stuck on 78 degrees. Any advice or thoughts to why this could be? I have a 2006 LS Coupe

2006 LS Mods:
Tsudo N1 Catback Exhaust
ICW Racing Nakano's covered in Cooper CS4 Tourings
Dual Kicker Comp 12's enclosed in a sealed Kicker enclosure powered with a 1200 Insignia Amp
35% Window tint all around
Painted headlights
K2Motor Smoke LED Tail lights
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Clean it off...and make sure it's still connected. Also, I believe there is a fuse for it.




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Where is the sensor?

2006 LS Mods:
Tsudo N1 Catback Exhaust
ICW Racing Nakano's covered in Cooper CS4 Tourings
Dual Kicker Comp 12's enclosed in a sealed Kicker enclosure powered with a 1200 Insignia Amp
35% Window tint all around
Painted headlights
K2Motor Smoke LED Tail lights
MPx Shorty Antenna
Painted calipers/drums
Custom hood scoops




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Drivers side headlight bucket.




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I will take a look at it. First gotta figure how to take the headlight out... =\

2006 LS Mods:
Tsudo N1 Catback Exhaust
ICW Racing Nakano's covered in Cooper CS4 Tourings
Dual Kicker Comp 12's enclosed in a sealed Kicker enclosure powered with a 1200 Insignia Amp
35% Window tint all around
Painted headlights
K2Motor Smoke LED Tail lights
MPx Shorty Antenna
Painted calipers/drums
Custom hood scoops




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2 bolts hold the headlight in.

4 bolts hold the bucket in.

all 10mm.




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humm 10mm... Gonna be harder than I thought. I'm at school with limited amout of tools...

2006 LS Mods:
Tsudo N1 Catback Exhaust
ICW Racing Nakano's covered in Cooper CS4 Tourings
Dual Kicker Comp 12's enclosed in a sealed Kicker enclosure powered with a 1200 Insignia Amp
35% Window tint all around
Painted headlights
K2Motor Smoke LED Tail lights
MPx Shorty Antenna
Painted calipers/drums
Custom hood scoops




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It literally takes less than 1 min to get the headlight out.




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Yeah true. I just gotta see if I have a 10 mm. I think I only have a standard set.

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Update: Got the headlight and everything off. Sensor looks good. Not wet nor dirty....

2006 LS Mods:
Tsudo N1 Catback Exhaust
ICW Racing Nakano's covered in Cooper CS4 Tourings
Dual Kicker Comp 12's enclosed in a sealed Kicker enclosure powered with a 1200 Insignia Amp
35% Window tint all around
Painted headlights
K2Motor Smoke LED Tail lights
MPx Shorty Antenna
Painted calipers/drums
Custom hood scoops




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Never rush the headlight removal....paint suffers if you do...LoL!

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