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What is actual name of external temp sensor

It shows external air temp in side vehicle

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It's called an "in-vehicle temperature sensor" it's located behind the center of the dash

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Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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Where is the engine temp sensor located in a 94 dodge spirit. 2.5 liter car


It doesn't show an 'engine temperature sensor' for that year, make and model
What you do have is a Coolant Temperature Sensor (there are actually one of each on other makes and models - an engine temperature sensor and a coolant {radiator fluid} sensor). Just doesn't appear to be a separate engine temp sensor for the 94 2.5. The coolant temperature sensor is the sensor that will make your temp gauge in the car move. It's location is - Under hood, center, front engine area, near distributor, mounted in driver side of cylinder head. I've attached a pic of the sensor for you.

You also have an intake air temperature sensor and an ambient air temperature sensor that tells the computer the temp in the vehicle's cabin. I can shoot you that info if your question wasn't answered above.



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The windscreen demister button will not go off, my temp gauge is moving up and down and the external temp gauge show -----


A defogger, demister, or defroster is a system
is this the front HVAC defrost mode.
or the rear electric defogger. (heater element grid)
what temp gauge (engine>?) no car has climate controls. advanced.
external? (part of climate controls right) not a hand test tool.

my guess this is HVAC master, climate controls. are all the above.
these are complex on newer cars,
to fix such a complex device ,you need the FSM.
or at the least an account on alldata.com
check fuses. and read the FSM.
the FSM walks you through each fail and test steps.

on my car, it's a cable and a water valve, and a cable damper.
on your car is up to 3 complex, damper motors
and electronic thermostatic control and sensors.
vastly complex to mine. I can fix both but not with out the book.
what a tech does is , check power to the contoller first.
bad fuse, bad wires bad grounds, we use a DMM and measure the voltage at the controller, this is first.
then we check for loose connections.
i work the simple fails first (mil rules) this can find a simple problem
and by magic fixes the complex. (wasted effort later)
so the air temp sensor external, (real name) we work that first
i test the sensor voltage. is it spec, and right for current temp?
y/n, yes, then the controller is bad.
no? sensor bad, or power source to the sensor is bad.

that is how we fix electronic controls
1: power good.
2: inputs "
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Ambient outside air temp sensor


i may be wrong but that sensor is for the ac not for engine operation and at 113 if its not that hot then the sensor is bad but if its summer its ok,, your engine works with intake air temp

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I need to know if my 1990 Charade HC-E has a air inlet temp sensor and if so where is it located and also where my coolant temp sensor is. thanks


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