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2006 Dodge stratus 4 door
You should check thermostat and if thats not it you need to check for a head gasket issue. If you have been running it while overheating you could have done permanent damage to the heads themselves.
Posted on Nov 05, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check continuity of the sensor wire. It should run between pin #4 (check manual (chilton better than haynes for electrical) for location as sometimes there are design changes) of the black harness plug on the computer to the sensor. The other sensor wire is shared with the cps and tps sensors, so if you don't see problem readings with those that wire is likely good.
Also, make sure that you have no air in the cooling system or as it passes the sensor it can mess with the readings. Run the engine with the system open and the heat on high....I like doing this with the front of the vehicle either jacked up slightly or pointing up-hill... run a complete "cycle" from cold to operating temp and add coolant as needed.
Hope this helps!
Posted on May 12, 2010
1. Check the level you filled the coolant to...If you overfilled it this will happen. 2. Did you add the correctly diluted antifreeze? 3. Check to be sure the radiator is unobstructed
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
exactly, looking at the engine from front of car with hood open, it is the last cylinder on the right
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks! It would be the one that is hardest to get to due to junk screwed right on top of it! "
it is on the left side cylinder head...about mid way...between number 2 and number 4 Ignition coils...but lower...below but not under valve cover.
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
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Circuit Or Condition
3=Crank Angle Sensor
4=Air Flow Sensor
5=Atmospheric Pressure Sensor
6=Throttle Position Sensor
7=Motor Position Switch
8=Coolant Temperature Sensor
If there are no codes...Do you have spark? Do you have fuel at the rail?
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