Question about 2007 Suzuki Forenza Sedan
Where coolant sensor located and how to replace
Most cars its very close to the thermostat, in fact below it.
it has more then 1 pin.
use any scan tool to see the output of the ECT
if last night was say 40f, then in the morning the ECT reads 40f
(just key ,no start you can read it ,hood closed.)
then start engine, and let it warm up 100% (drive 10miles works best) then it must read 180F or more. and HOLD there all times running.. if not ?you have cooling system failure.
Posted on Oct 14, 2013
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