Question about 1987 Mazda RX-7
Just unplug that **** lol
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
Someone I knew had a 2001 Impala with the same exact problem. We fixed it temporarily by taking a pitcher full of water and dumping it into the coolant tank. Keep doing this until you can maybe get a new sensor, or find a way to disable it? But just warning you, disabling things ANYWHERE in an engine might be needed at the least expected times...
Hope I can help, if not I am sorry and I hope your RX7's sensor is repaired soon.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
OMG!!! I know that sound all to well I hear it in my nightmares sometimes. You can just short it to ground by clipping the end off, crimping a "O" terminal on the wire and screwing a self tapping screw any where out of sight (as long as it's screwing into sheet metal). Usually it's an air pocket in the top of the radiator that causes it to go off, but due to the laid back angle of the radiator you need a pressurized filler to get it completely out. If you wanted you could take the gauge cluster out and remove the siren also. You can still monitor the coolant via the temp gauge so theres really no reason for the **** air raid siren of doom any longer.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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