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How much does Air Cleaner Temperature Sensor Replacement cost in Dallas?

It depends on the type of car you drive and the auto repair shop you go to in Dallas. Our mechanics in Dallas are mobile, which means they don't have the overhead that repair shops have. They provide you convenience by coming to your home or office in Dallas.

Air Cleaner Temperature Sensor Replacement pricing for various cars

CarsEstimateParts CostLabor CostSavingsAverage Dealer Price
2007 Nissan Murano$231$69.26$161.488%$252.01
2007 Volvo V50$250$88.28$161.487%$271.03
2014 Mazda 3 Sport$196$34.47$161.489%$217.22
2010 BMW 335i$210$48.84$161.489%$231.59
2009 BMW 750i$210$48.84$161.489%$231.59
2015 Jaguar XK$344$182.88$161.485%$365.63

Air Cleaner Temperature Sensor Replacement Service

What is the Air Cleaner Temperature Sensor all about?

In order to properly adjust the air/fuel mixture for optimum engine operation at different speeds, your car’s computer needs a great deal of information. This includes airflow volume, density and temperature. Depending on the make and model you drive, you may have several different air temperature sensors on the vehicle, including an intake air temperature sensor and an air cleaner temperature sensor (most newer vehicles do not have an air cleaner temperature sensor).

The air cleaner temperature sensor is a device that sits inside the breather housing. It’s generally vacuum operated and also contains electronic components. Its sole job is to send information to the car’s computer about the temperature of the air at the air cleaner. Based on this information, the car’s computer can adjust the flow of air into the intake to optimize engine operation.

Keep in mind:

  • Many cars do not have an air cleaner temperature sensor.
  • Air cleaner temperature sensors can fail over time and through normal wear and tear.
  • These temperature sensors can be damaged by careless installation of air filters and air filter housings.
  • Air cleaner temperature sensors are not inspected during normal maintenance.

How it's done:

  • The air cleaner temperature sensor is verified to see if it needs to be replaced
  • The defective air cleaner temperature sensor is removed
  • The new air cleaner temperature sensor is installed
  • The air cleaner temperature sensor is tested for operation
  • The vehicle is tested to ensure proper operation of the air cleaner temperature sensor

Our recommendation:

It is essential that your engine have enough information about airflow and air temperature to properly adjust the air/fuel mixture to meet operating demands. The air cleaner temperature sensor is just one of the tools it uses to do this. If you suspect the air cleaner temperature sensor is not working, have one of our expert mechanics diagnose the system and replace the sensor if required.

What common symptoms indicate you may need to replace the Air Cleaner Temperature Sensor?

  • Rough idling when cold
  • Check Engine light comes on
  • Stalls when cold

How important is this service?

The air cleaner temperature sensor might not be the most important part on your engine, but its job is crucial for proper engine operation. If you’re experiencing rough idling or stalling when the car is cold, we recommend having the entire system diagnosed by one of our expert mechanics, as there are several potential problems that could cause these issues.


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Ben

29 years of experience
59 reviews
Ben
29 years of experience
Great, timely, and very efficient at what he does.

David

25 years of experience
180 reviews
David
25 years of experience
Very honest. Car ended up needing additional work above its current value so he fixed part of the things requested and lowered labor accordingly. Very knowledgeable.

TJ

26 years of experience
362 reviews
TJ
26 years of experience
Tj is honest, prompt and well experienced. He went above and beyond to address my issues, and he didn’t put unnecessary parts in the car like others have. I am so happy to find an honest, capable mechanic like TJ! Thank you!

Rodney

36 years of experience
544 reviews
Rodney
36 years of experience
Nice guy, good mechanic and always prompt.

Dan

39 years of experience
981 reviews
Dan
39 years of experience
Dan was great lots of experience and easy to work with.Very pleased

Michael

4 years of experience
235 reviews
Michael
4 years of experience
Rough start, great finish and very professional.

Tinashe

13 years of experience
614 reviews
Tinashe
13 years of experience
Very good know a lot about my car

Sergio

45 years of experience
46 reviews
Sergio
45 years of experience
Sergio was very professional and knowledge with the type of car I had. He gave me suggestions to help get my car back on the road. I would most definitely recommend him to others. Thanks Sergio.

Corey

27 years of experience
43 reviews
Corey
27 years of experience
Thank you Corey!

Christopher

21 years of experience
45 reviews
Christopher
21 years of experience
Christopher was very polite. He did what he could to help. Feel like he was trust worthy.

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