Question about 2004 Chevrolet Malibu
Engine fans well not come on so Im trying to change the temp control sensor dont know where it is located
Not sure about your car. Normally the temp sensor is located somewhere on the intake manifold as it needs to sense the coolant temp. You can get the precise location from the service manual. Check with your local library. they have access to free service manuals for almost any car, but you can only get access at the library. Sometimes from your home computer if you have a library card and they provide the u/n and p/w.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Temp Sensor
The temp sensor known as the engine coolant temp. sensor tells the computer if the engine is overheating and so forth and tells the injectors how much fuel to give the engine. The temp. sending unit is what controls what your guage reads. It sounds like you need the temp. sending unit. It located near the thermostat housing with a single pole connector.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
SOURCE: ECTS location
The sensor is on the left side of the engine between cyl 2 & 3. It can be removed using a deep socket or a ratcheting box end wrench. It is a pain but can be done.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
Good Evening, you are doing all the right things. However have you tried flushing the heater core, most times the heater core itself can have some build up inside and you get no heat in the cabin. The first thing to do is to check the heater hoses if one is hot and the other is not then I would look there. Second I would also check inside at your blend door and see if it is switching over when you move it from cold to heat. Those would be the places to start. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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