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My 1997 ford expedition temperature gague stays hot all the time whats wrong with it

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Check your engine coolant level and thermostat to make sure the engines is not running hot.

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Coolant temperature sensor location on 97 ford expedition


I believe they are located in the intake manifold somewhere. Make sure the one that tells the computer the coolant temp is ACTUALLY giving out the correct temperature. I had a bad one one time in a 1993 Ford F-150, 5.8L....... no check engine light came on but hard to start. The bad sensor was telling the computer it was 32 degrees F when it was almost 80 degrees outside.!!
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Here is a video link from Youtube. There are 2 sensors, 1 for the guage and the other tells the on-board computer how hot/cold the coolant is. The one for the guage has 1-wire and the other one has 2 wires.
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the problem is caused by a sticking air temperature control blend door and or a defective intermittent blend door actuator motor, very common failure on this truck.

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this may be a cluster,wiring or sending unit problem.ask your dealer how hot the engine was getting,with a scanner they can tell what temp the coolant is at.yes your temp gague is rising but is the engine even overheating ?

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