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Changed the batteries 3 times, changed location of the snesor
This is posted in cars & trucks but it doesn't sound like you are talking about a vehicle. Sounds like an indoor/outdoor weather station. These can have a limited range. Only suggestion I have is some have a channel selector - try a different frequency, there may be interferance.
Posted on Nov 29, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The outdoor temp sensor is just inside the grill when you opent the hood. The part cost around $76 and kind of looks like a electrical plug receptacle. There are little clips holding the old one in that need to be held apart to dislodge it, slip the new one in, and you're done. Took about 5 minutes.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
SOURCE: Coolant Sensor Bad Message
This is a comon problem with the Grand Cherokee.
Change out your coolent sensor fist. Not your float switch.
Second if it comes on again this is what your going to do.
Remove your glove box, and take out the information center.
You will remove the screan and take it to the bench.
You will see on the back of the board some solder joints.
Carefully re-solder them all back to new condition.
This was a fualt in Jeeps line. The soldering went bad behind your screen.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
There are 4 such sensors on your car. this sensor is on the passenger side of the car just below where the exhaust manifold attaches to the exhaust pipe. There is a similar one on the driver's side and the other two are downstream of the catalytic converters. See picture below and let me know if you have more questions.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
SOURCE: Coolant Sensor Bad Message
The problem Has nothing to do with the coolant sensor, Or for that matter anything to do with the cooling system at all, Check out Jeepforumdotcom & under "coolant sensor Bad fix" You will see that it actually has to do with crummy soldering on the back of the VIC (Vehicle Information Centre), & all that is needed to fix this problem is a bit of solder & some patience, I know this because I have changed my coolant sensor on the engine block and in the reservoir & the thermostat just to be sure & all with brand new original jeep parts not aftermarket rubbish, & all it took was a bit of solder & searching the answer on jeepforum.com
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
thats way too cold..minus 37 centigrade????I dont think its possible in nature..but cold is cold..the controls may be frozen..if you have a heated garage..put the car in it for a while and let it warm up..
Posted on Dec 15, 2013
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