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Help me answer this question please.



So I work at a Dodge dealership and I have to take these online courses, and then a test. Well I only get 3 tries and I would not like to **** this up.
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If the diagram is showing the sensor signal tied to GROUND, then the sensor will indicate a temp too high, or "out of range".

The sensor's resistance will decrease with an increase in temp, causing the signal voltage to drop. So, the sensor voltage and temperature
will be inversely proportional.
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i'd have to say B if its a negative temp coefficient resistor
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