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Didn't realize the wires powering the fireplace were attached to the glass when I removed it to clean and I cannot seem to reattach them


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    How To Add C Wire To Thermostat - Tom Builds Stuff

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    This post details how I provided power to my thermostat that didn't have a C wire ...There were three wires coming out of the wall where my old thermostat was mounted..... Unfortunately I didn't realize the photo didn't come out when I took it. ... Next Iattached the yellow wire coming from the transformer to the yellow wire ...

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I replaced head gasket and cannot locate the wire I took off thermostat housing. Having a ground problem with running lights and trying to make sure all grounds are hooked up


There may be multiple ground wires for the thermostat housing. Check the following link and a diagram to illustrate the wiring positions. Look down the forum page. Thermostat housing ground wires Honda Tech

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On a 1992 Honda accord lx, where does the ground wire go from the thermostat to where?


There may be multiple ground wires for the thermostat housing. Check the following link and a diagram to illustrate the wiring positions. Look down the forum page.

Thermostat housing ground wires Honda Tech

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Where is the thermostat


Follow the lower radiator hose from the base of the radiator to where it meets the engine. At that Junction are two 10 mm bolts that will need to be removed to replace the thermostat. Be sure when you go back together with the new thermostat you remember to fasten the ground wire to the thermostat housing! This is the main ground wire 101 and the vehicle will not start without it grounded.

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Wiring a master flow PT6 thermostat to attic fan


I had a roofer install Master Flow PRO 3 and he did the initial wiring incorrectly. The black wire pairs were incorrectly connected and caused the fan to run 24-hours. I switched the black wires pairings and the fan shuts off if less than 100-degrees (the setting I chose) and comes on if more than 100-degrees. You may want to be sure that the black wire from the power source is connected to the black wire for the thermostat (black wire nearest the thermostat setting switch and closest to the power source wire). The black wire from the fan motor should be connected to the black wire closest to the fan motor's wire.

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Need to know wiring diagram for IMIT TR2 9325 thermostat


The three connections are labled (C),(1),and (2). (C) is common (useually the white wire). (1) is hot power into the thermostat (black wire). (2) is ran to your heater. So when the thermostat is turned on it will connect (1) and (2) until it reaches tempature. Hope this helps.

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While driving my 2004 Range Rover HSE the vehicle goes into engine failsafe mode. I check under the hood and find a melted electronic thermostat wire. I have replaced both the wire and thermostat, but the...


It depends on what you mean by electronic thermostat wire. I assume you have the L322 Range Rover with the BMW M62 4.4 litre V8 petrol engine. It has a heater in the coolant thermostat which causes the thermostat to open further when the engine gets too hot.. The wiring to this often fails due to coolant leakage into the cable. Disconnecting it will make no difference to the running of the engine. (On mine, it has been disconnected due to corrosion).

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I have to install a thermostat in my 2001 dodge stratus r/t but the problem is the wiring i did not have one already so i do not know how to wire it.


There is no wiring to your thermostat. Follow your lower radiator hose, and it is accessed by removing the 3 12mm bolts. Just remove the housing, replace/install thermostat, and tighten. However, be prepared to lose some coolant and refill.

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Temperature gauge don't work..


Sounds like you may have a problem with your coolant temperature sending unit or thermostat, locate your sending unit, unplug the electrical connector run a jumper wire across the 2 wires inside the connector the gauge should read hot when the jumper wires are connected and when you remove the jumper wire it should go back to cold this verifies your gauge and all related wiring are working properly, if it doesnt work as described you either have a wiring problem or a bad temp gauge, next if your heater output is suffering you more then likely have a weak thermostat staying open or partially open replace the thermostat with a new unit, however if you arent experiencing any heater trouble replace your coolant temperature sending unit because your thermostat is more then likely working properly.....

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Where is the engine coolant sensor in a v70 99 volvo


Coolant Temperature Sensor/Switch (For Computer): Service and Repair
ENGINE TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Removal

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Engine temperature sensor, 5-cylinder
Jack up the car.
Remove protection cover from under engine.
Drain the coolant.
Lower the car.
Release coolant hose from thermostat housing using pliers.
Remove thermostat housing.
Remove sensor.


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Engine temperature sensor, 6-cylinder
Jack up the car.
Remove protection cover from under engine.
Drain the coolant.
Lower the car.
Loosen oil reservoir for servo pump.
Remove coolant reservoir and put it to one side.
Remove screws and outer/upper timing-gear casing.
Remove screws and wire channel.
Disconnect connector.
Remove 4 screws and thermostat housing.
Remove sensor and wires.
Installation
Engine temperature sensor, 6-cylinder
Install thermostat housing sensor.
Position wires in slot on thermostat housing.
Note! The white marks should be positioned in lower opening of slot, from underneath.
Position gasket on thermostat housing correctly and install thermostat housing using two of the screws.
Position thermostat housing correctly and tighten the four screws.
Position wire channel correctly and position wire in channel.
Tighten screw on wire channel.
Connect the connector.
Install outer/upper timing-gear casing.
Install coolant reservoir.
Install oil reservoir for servo pump.
Follow-on work, 6-cylinder
Fill up coolant.
Warm the engine until the thermostat opens.
Switch engine oft and check the level. Re-fill if necessary.
Check for leaks.
Check in VADIS vehicle communication (read-out of parameter values), for current engine system, that the engine temperature shown appears
correct.
Engine temperature sensor, 5-cylinder
Install in reverse order.
Follow-on work, 5-cylinder
Fill up coolant.
Warm the engine until the thermostat opens.
Switch engine off and check the level. Re-fill if necessary.
Check for leaks.
Check in VADIS vehicle communication (read-out of parameter values), for current engine system, that the engine temperature shown appears
correct.

Sep 19, 2009 | 1999 Volvo V70

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