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How can we bypass the cooling sensor by the thermostat?


Om most vehicles, you can't. The coolant temperature sensor sends a variable signal to the ECM based on coolant temp, and that value is used by the ECM in the computation of the fuel mix (rich/lean) to the injectors. Without it, the vehicle will run poorly, if at all, and will set the Check Engine Light. There MAY be a separate coolant sensor that simple controls the radiator fan. This one could be bypassed, but that comes with great risk of engine overheating and damage. Most newer cars use the coolant temp sensor for both the fuel mix and the radiator fan with the fan on/off signal controlled by the ECM.

Oct 11, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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What sensors are bypassed when the cooling fan is put on a fusible link on 89 firebird


I'm not sure I completely understand your question, if youre wiring the cooling fan directly to power (with the fusible link) you'll be bypassing the PCM's output to the fan relay...the PCM uses the Coolant temp sensor (CTS) as an input to determine when to turn the fan on.

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Temperature gauge on a 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan keeps fluctuating while driving


First things first....
INSPECT COOLANT LEVEL
Low ????
PRESSURE TEST SYSTEM
PRESSURE TEST RADIATOR/EXPANSION TANK CAP
INSPECT DRIVE BELT(s)
INSPECT COOLANT HOSES
INSPECT HEATER HOSES
INSPECT BYPASS/MISC. COOLANT HOSES/PIPES
TEST THERMOSTAT OPERATION
INSPECT RADIATOR TEMPERATURE
INSPECT RADIATOR COOLING FAN(s)/CLUTCH OPERATION
INSPECT CONDENSER/AUXILARY COOLING FAN(s) OPERATION(s)
INSPECT RADIATOR & CONDENSER FOR DEBRI
OBSERVE COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGE OPERATION

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Radiator Coolant fans are still not working even


bypass the coolant fan switch connector while the engine is running. if fan comes on then you would need to check if the fan switch is faulty.

Sep 22, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Overheating at low speed


Check your radiator fan power plugs (2X), the fans should turn on when coolant temp reached 95C. Also you can plug in the GREEN plugs underneath the driver side to verify if fan is function properly, this will turn on the fan, bypass coolant temp sensor. Once you're done testing, disconnect the GREEN plug.

Jul 21, 2014 | 2002 Subaru Outback

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Coolant leak under car


I would begin by utilizing our shop's standard cooling system procedure.....
INSPECT COOLANT LEVEL,
TEST SPECIFIC GRAVITY,
****PRESSURE TEST SYSTEM,
****PRESSURE TEST RADIATOR/EXPANSION TANK CAP,
INSPECT DRIVE BELT(s),
****INSPECT COOLANT HOSES,
****INSPECT HEATER HOSES,
****INSPECT BYPASS/MISC. COOLANT HOSES/PIPES,
TEST THERMOSTAT OPERATION,
INSPECT RADIATOR TEMPERATURE,
INSPECT RADIATOR COOLING FAN(s)/CLUTCH OPERATION,
INSPECT CONDENSER/AUXILARY COOLING FAN(s) OPERATION(s)
INSPECT RADIATOR & CONDENSER FOR DEBRI,
OBSERVE COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGE OPERATION,

Jan 24, 2014 | Ford Mustang Cars & Trucks

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I have a v10 touareg. what triggers the fans to turn on? g 62 and g83? or some other sensors?


ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND PCM TURNS COOLANT FANS ON.IF NOT COMING ON CHECK COOLANT FAN RELAYS AND FUSE.

Jan 26, 2011 | 2007 Volkswagen Touareg V10 TDI

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My 2007 Impala LS says its overheating shut off A/C the temp gauge goes all the way up then in an instant comes back down to normal


CHECK COOLANT LEVEL TO MAKE SURE NOT LOW.IF ALL LOOKS GOOD.CRANK ENGINE LET IDLE FEW MINUTES TURN ON AC MAX LEVEL TO SEE IF COOLANT FANS COMING ON.IF NO CHECK COOLANT FANS FUSE AND RELAYS.IF COOLANTS FANS COME ON WHILE ENGINE OVERHEATING THERMOSTAT BAD.IF ENGINE OVERHEATING FANS NOT COMING ON YOUR COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR FAULTY.

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My heater not working, i replaced thermostat and radiator hoses, had radiator flushed and rodded, and still no heat. What is wrong?


Too much blockage in heater hoses or heater core.
Bypass valve may be stuck on "bypass" .

1. Remove bypass "Tees", but don't discard.
Replace with straight-through hose fittings.
The core may start leaking under the water pressure since there is no bypass hose.

Once the heater starts working, put Tees back in place. You need bypass protection or the engine will overheat.

Sep 25, 2009 | 1996 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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