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Sewerynek21

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  1. Sewerynek21

    Is AC tied to external temp reading?

    Ok so here is whats going on. if u shutoff the van 2-3 time in a row it will show -40f in the cluster. If ypu drive away after 90sec or so the tempretature will read the actual outsode temp. seems like thatupdate temperature part works correctly, however why does it go all the way to-40 in the cluster? Almost seems like the cluster cant remember temp on key off.
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    Is AC tied to external temp reading?

    Yes i have a 2015 transit 250 van. I need some wiring schematic help. im looking for the AAT wiring and gauge cluster wiring
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    Is AC tied to external temp reading?

    Also today for service wroter told me that, the last readibg before key off gets saved to gauge cluster, then when van gets restarted after a while it updates the temp. That almost sounds like the gauge cluster is loosing its saves temp value in memory?
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    Is AC tied to external temp reading?

    Ok. So i have ford ids and pcm sees outside temperature correctly in the Pcm. Its like the gauge cluster does not update correctly. Strange. Im scratching my head on this one. I installed new sensor in the bumper with pigtail. Pcm sees Ambient temp fine, cluster looses its readibg at startup Sometimes, after driving for half block it gets up to actual temperature. anybody have any ideas? anybody have a pin out for the gauge cluster plug?
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    Is AC tied to external temp reading?

    Guys need help. I have 2015 van 250 and it outside teml drops to -30,-40 and slowly correct its helf anfter driving for about 2 minutes. I replaced ambient temp sensor and pugtail bit still same. Sometimes reads actual no temp on start up, but sometimes starts at -40, -30. anybody had rhis happen. Not sure if my gauge cluster is faulty
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