Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
HI. Here are a few details about this remarkable sensor and its functions.
This sensor monitors the temperature of the engine and sends that information to the engine control computer to regulate the amount of fuel needed. More fuel is needed if the engine is cold; less if it's hot. If the temperature is extreme, the signal will be sent to the temperature gauge as a visual indicator of overheating and imminent danger. The location of this device(Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor) will be on the passenger side of the cylinder head, under the third intake port from the front in the valley of the engine. White/violet, and brown/white will be the colors of the(2) wires that connect to the sensor.
Posted on May 11, 2010
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