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Temp gauge pegged to far right all the time temp sensor is ok. How do i check the gauge in dash? It is on a 1999 gmc sonoma 2.2 engine.


What make , model an year vehicle ? Most newer vehicles ,from 1996 till now the temp sensor is an input to the PCM / ECM , the engine computer .The PCM / ECM sends temp. info to the instrument cluster on a serial data communication network , You would need a scan tool to test this ! Advanced scan tools have test installed , special tests called bi-directional tests . would be able to check gage with this test . Some year GM vehicles had problems with the stepper motor that moves the needle . Old temp. sensors wired directly to temp gage you could disconnect the sensor an ground the wire an see if the gage move to full hot .

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1993 explorer temp gauge not working, change coolant temp sensor no luck, does this model have a coolant temp switch?


In fact it does! he coolant sensor is used by the PCM to control the engine fuel ratios at various temperatures. The coolant switch is used only for the gauge, since the explorer has a mechanical rather than an electric fan. Here are pictures, first is the Coolant Sensor (which you claimed to have replaced), then the switch, which is probably what you need. If the switch doesn't fix the problem, the gauge itself is probably faulty.



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Where is the engine temp sensor located in a 94 dodge spirit. 2.5 liter car


It doesn't show an 'engine temperature sensor' for that year, make and model
What you do have is a Coolant Temperature Sensor (there are actually one of each on other makes and models - an engine temperature sensor and a coolant {radiator fluid} sensor). Just doesn't appear to be a separate engine temp sensor for the 94 2.5. The coolant temperature sensor is the sensor that will make your temp gauge in the car move. It's location is - Under hood, center, front engine area, near distributor, mounted in driver side of cylinder head. I've attached a pic of the sensor for you.

You also have an intake air temperature sensor and an ambient air temperature sensor that tells the computer the temp in the vehicle's cabin. I can shoot you that info if your question wasn't answered above.



Good Luck & All The Best, Justin Lee

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Engine is rough idling & hard to start


Start system. Most likely bad connection to Block temp sensor that sends data to ECU there are two sensors, one for the dash temp gague, and this one. I had this problem on 20 yr old car.
Found the correct sensor removed connector cleaned connector with contact spray and toothpick, scraped male spade connector on sensor to bright metal. Cleared codes. Instant start, just like new. Didn't have to change sensor as many claim needs to be done. Hope this helps. Sorry I don't know where yours is. Try a google image search for yr, Make model "Temp sensor" this one is probably near the back of the block. It has a "spring lock" to make sure it stays on. The dash temp is just a standard electrical connector.

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My td42 it gu y61 nissan patrol wont start when hot, replaced glow plug relay and temp sensor , will start whhen hot if you disconect temp sensor


Having the same problem mate! It's to do with the "quick glow " circuit I'm trying to find the exact control unit that is at fault

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The vehicle is 2004 buick century. sometimes the temp guage rises and comes back down. during this time, clod air blows. sometimes the temp guage is 1/2 way and cold air blows. thermostat has been changed....


is your electric fans running constantly. and most times then not you`ll need a water temp sensor or water temp relay. usually the temp sensor on that model comes usually next to the thermostat with a little wired plug on top. or on the radiator. either way pull the plug while the motor is cold. unscrew the sensor and screw the new one in and replace the electric plug back on top of the sensor. 2 things: Cold motor, have every thing set up and ready because when you take out the sensor the coolant will start to come out. you will not loose much if you work quick. keep rags or paper towels below the sensor to keep coolant off the motor and smelling when it gets hot. you have also pour or hose off coolant after your done installing the new coolant temp sensor.

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1998 cad. deville engine fans only work when a/c is on. i took temp sensor plug off and jump it fan worked. when out and got temp sensor put it in still didnt work


On some models, when A/C is used the temp switch gets by-passed so that the fan runs.
Without the A/C, the fan may cycle on and off.
If it doesn't cycle, maybe the temp sensor needs to be replaced or at least tested...

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I have a Golf 1 1996 model. The fan switch takes too long to start the fan. The temperature gauge works does not work


This problem is due to a bad coolant temp sensor, the sensor controls the fans and the gauge, if the sensor is not telling the computer the correct temp then the fans will not be turned on when they are needed, i would start with the temp sensor first and then go from there if theres still a problem.

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2006 HHR, check engine light came on, the engine coolant temperature gauge stays at 0 and the coolant link on my panel just shows ----F. Also my remote start won't work


Your coolant temp sensor is not registering. It probably set a trouble code, that's why your remote vehicle start is not working. The temp sensor is located at the rear corner of the engine block on the back side of the engine. This will be the corner of the engine closest to the driver. The temp sensor may be faulty, unlugged or there could be problem in the circuit. Even if you find the sensor unplugged and you plug it in, the code will have to be cleared before the remote vehicle start works again.

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