Question about Chevrolet S 10
Hi. Two areas of concern here. The first will be the actual coolant temp sensor. This deice is responsible for reporting the many fluctuations of temperature variances throughout a running engine. If this device fails, it will induce the symptoms your are experiencing. The second area of concern will be the connecting harness at the sensor. This harness may have a bad ground, or it may be faulty in a whole. A simple voltage test at the connector will confirm the damage to the wiring harness, if present.
Now, in order to properly post the actual location of this sensor, i will need your engine size and liter information, asap.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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