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Where is the evaporator temp sensor located on a 2006 ford fusion?

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SOURCE: Bad evap sensor

This is sandwiched under the dash and requires dash removal to remove and replace.

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its inside the hvac box under the dash you may or may not have to romove the hvac unit to change it. circuit high means an open circuit so check connectors and such

Posted on Apr 15, 2010

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How to change engine cooling sensor on 2007 ford fusion


To begin, this year fusion had some issues with overheating problems which seem to be solved by 'bleeding' the coolant system of all air. Historically, an air bubble will become superheated and cause the temp needle on the dash to rise suddenly. This is often mis-diagnosed as a bad sensor, so initially be sure that the system is free of any air and is completely filled with coolant. http://www.fordfusionforum.com/topic/10969-engine-temp-gets-hot-sporadically/ If you do find that this does not solve the problem, and you determine that a sensor replacement is called for, it is always helpful to provide the engine size. The most popular engine was the 2.3 liter, 4 cylinder. If that is your motor, then it has two temp sensors. One is the cylinder head temp sensor and the other being the coolant temp sensor. If you have trouble code P0128, then this could be a result of a stuck thermostat, bad connection to the sensor or a bad sensor as you have determined. The reason I am providing all of this information is that you should eliminate other simple problems before replacing sensors. The temp sensor is located as an attachment to the water outlet adapter on the lower radiator hose. It is identified as part #19 in the attached diagram. http://www.autopartslib.com/2007-2-3l-ford-fusion-radiator-components-parts-diagram/ and is a threaded component. It sells for about $20. A pic of the part can be seen here: http://www.1aauto.com/coolant-temperature-sensor/i/1atsu00022?f=831037&y=2007&utm_campaign=gb_csv_br&utm_content=TSU&gclid=CPe2j_a7zr4CFdRj7AodJQoAvg. Again, I am guessing as to your motor size. Other sizes will have different applications. Good Luck!

May 28, 2014 | 2006 Ford Fusion

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Where is this located of sensor po538 for fusion 2007


This code is a system circuit not a sensor.
P0538 - A/C Evaporator Temperature Circuit High Input

Possible causes- A/C evaporator temperature sensor circuit is open or short
- Poor electrical connection at the evaporator temperature sensor circuit
- Faulty Evaporator Temperature sensor

Jun 16, 2012 | Ford Fusion Cars & Trucks

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I was told his morning that my 2006 Ford Fusion A/C has a leaking evaporator core. Cost to replace about $1,100. My next move is to check the warranty but if that fails what do you think my next move...


Hi!

Please get a second opinion. It's very unlikely that evaporator itself is leaking. Usualy the leaks occur in joints between pipes.

Hope it helped.

Bogdan

Aug 30, 2011 | 2006 Ford Fusion

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Where is the air conditioner sensor in ford fusion


There are a few sensors or as i call them switches, the low preasure/cycling sw. and the high preasure switch (sw.) theres a temp sensor inside the heater box on the evaporator core, the switches are located on the lines one is on the suction line and the other is on the high preasure line.

Jun 26, 2010 | 2006 Ford Fusion

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My a/c on the ford fusion i have already relpaced the blower motor blower moter resistor and cleaned the evaporator and checked the freon levels everything ok the only thing is that somtimes in throws hard...


Have you put a scanner on it,and followed a trouble chart,for a 2006 Fusion?
Have you watched the mode door actuators,when switching the DATC Control?

May 14, 2010 | 2006 Ford Fusion

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2006 Ford Fusion a/c not working. Has trouble code PO538 stating the evaporator temperature sensor circuit high. Where is this located?


its inside the hvac box under the dash you may or may not have to romove the hvac unit to change it. circuit high means an open circuit so check connectors and such

Apr 15, 2010 | 2006 Ford Fusion

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Bad evap sensor


This is sandwiched under the dash and requires dash removal to remove and replace.

Jun 01, 2009 | 2006 Ford Fusion

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Bad evap sensor


this is covered by your warranty for 36/36. The sensor is usually on the evaporator inside the plenum case under the dash. If the eavp drops below 32 degrees F, then ice starts to accumulate on the fins of the evaporator, and eventualy blocks the flow of air through it. You will hear the blower running, but no air coming out.
To reduce liklihood of icing, always put a/c in "recirc" mode. This recirculates the already cooled and dehumidified air back through the a/c system, therefore reducing humid air icing.
Note: never use recirc in winter because you will fog up the windows.

May 16, 2009 | 2006 Ford Fusion

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