:lol: My car's so caring!Yeah, she's just looking for you two. Mona has it done it yet, but it hasn't been that freezing so far.
Actually, it's just a temp sensor under the hood and don't ask me where it is. I still haven't found it yet.
i think i remember hearing that it's some where around the passenger headlight, but i've never gone looking for it.
Hmm... interesting where it could be mounted. I guess it'd have to be somewhere where either the engine heat or light heat wouldn't affect the result.Yeah, when I first the car I wanted to see where it was for some reason, maybe I'll try to look for it later. Thanks.
wind chill only affects living things. it can be simulated on inanimate thermomemters by getting them wet and then exposing them to wind, but a sensor under the hood of the car won't be affected by it.Or wind chill. it would have to be hidden from the wind as well.
Really? Oh. I always thought it would get affected by it.
http://www.weather.gov/os/windchill/windchillglossary.shtmlMe too, actually.
i think the best answer to this is to look at who started the thread. when have his threads ever not gone on to several pages?how did you whores manage to turn a DIC Ice Possible thread into three pages?
Ah! I see!
wha? ME!?! :shock: NEVAR!i think the best answer to this is to look at who started the thread. when have his threads ever not gone on to several pages?
This is true. I didn't think about that. But even if it freezes, you should have any problems unless you let the car run pretty empty. I believe the water would be at the top of the gas. Not sure as to what is denser, ice or gas.I know GAS doesn't freeze easy, but if there's any water in there it can cause problems, yes?