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I have a 2003 artic cat 400 2x4.The cooling fan will no longer come on. What do I check


Hey Mark, make sure you haven't accidentally pulled a wire loose..the temperature sensor wire or the fan wire (s).- rare.. You probably have a temperature sensor going bad and that is what triggers the overtemp switch ("alarm") to start the fan. Could also be the fan switch.

Jun 07, 2017 | ATVs

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Code f 24 washer wil not start


The "F24" fault code indicates a water temperature sensor error. The temperature sensor could be faulty; the wire connection may have vibrated loose or off the sensor or a possible heater or control board failure. I would begin by

disconnecting the power cord from the power source

and remove the rear panel from the back of the washer. The temperature sensor (key#24) is located at the bottom of the back of the tub. I added an image below to reference the location and a temperature sensor chart. If you do not find the sensor wires disconnected, disconnect the wires and you will need an Ohm meter to measure the resistance of the sensor. At 86 degrees or room temperature, the sensor should measure approximately 9.7K Ohms. Disregard the information in the image about the heating element; your specific model does not have a heating element to heat water. The water temperature is dependent on the temperature of the hot water entering the washer.

NOTE: Be sure the washer is empty of water before removing the sensor.

If you find the temperature sensor faulty; the

temperature sensor for model WFW8410SW01 washer is part #8181705

which can be ordered from Sears Parts Direct.

May 24, 2015 | Washing Machines

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Have a 94 toyota camry , check engine light comes on when stop at light or car sits at idle. got codes 12 , 22, am very confused !!


Code 12. RPM signal.
Problem area: Loose connection, broken rpm signal wire from distributor to ecm to rpm meter, rpm meter, distributor assembly or ecm defective.
Code 22. Water temperature signal.
Problem area: Loose connection at water temperature sensor connector, broken wire between the sensor and the ecm, defective sensor or ecm.

Aug 25, 2013 | 1994 Toyota Camry

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2002 Ford explorer outside temperature reading is wrong. Changed temperature sensor between grill and radiator but still wrong temperature reading on dash. Reads 10 degrees too low all the time and it does...


This may be a wiring issue as the sensor is electronic in nature. Any loose wiring may cause the voltage across the sensor to differ resulting in an inaccurate reading.

Oct 16, 2011 | 2002 Ford Explorer

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Display shows SF on model H150ED2


SF is the code for Temperature sensor input failure. check wiring that goes to temperature sensor for brakes or cuts, sensor is located on right lower side of heater where water lines go in. you have to remove the 6 screws to take the side panels off above and below the water lines. sensor is visible then.follow wires back to control board and make sure they are securely pluggin in to board and all broken wires fixed or replaced. If no broken wires or loose connections, Replace temperature sensor.

Aug 29, 2011 | Hayward H Series Pool & Spa Heater...

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How to replace coolant sensor


Hello and thank you for using Fixya. To replace the coolant sensor in your 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe, follow these steps below:

Find the coolant temperature sensor in the engine block on the driver side of the engine compartment. It is screwed into the block and has a wire lead running to the engine wiring harness. Once you locate the sensor, disconnect the wire lead going to the sensor with an open end box end wrench. Inspect the wire lead for melted insulation and discolored insulation. Either condition will require you to replace the wire lead. Make sure the engine has cooled enough to prevent burn injury. Use the appropriate socket and ratchet or open end box end wrench to loosen the temperature sensor. Turn the ratchet or wrench counter clockwise until the sensor is loose enough to turn by hand. Unscrew the sensor and remove from the engine block.Check the temperature sensor for corrosion and the wire lead for damage. Replace the sensor and reconnect the wire lead. Start the engine and allow it to heat up to operating temperature. The cooling fan should come on automatically as the engine temperature increases.Use a gloved hand to squeeze the input hose for pressure. If pressure exists, it means that the coolant is flowing to maintain the engine operating temperature. Now check your engine temperature sensor or warning light to see if it is reading properly.

Mar 08, 2011 | 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

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I keep getting a function 11 message


Hello, the error F11 is an error code indication of a water temperature sensor error. There is a chance that there is a loose wire connection on the water temperature or over flowing of water from the drum Gage.

what you are to do to fix up this problem of error is to unscrew (open )the washer trace the wire down to the sensor fix up the loose wire back to is position then clean up all forms of water you can see around the wire and the sensor (screen)please while doing this all form of power supply should be OFF , do not apply water or any form of liquid when cleaning the wire and also the sensor .

Thanks

Jul 13, 2010 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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F11 Error Code on Whirlpool Duet


hello,

the error F11 is an error code indication of a water temperature sensor error. There is a chance that there is a loose wire connection on the water temperature or over flowing of water from the drum Gage.

what you are to do to fix up this problem of error is to unscrew (open )the washer trace the wire down to the sensor fix up the loose wire back to is position then clean up all forms of water you can see around the wire and the sensor (screen)please while doing this all form of power supply should be OFF , do not apply water or any form of liquid when cleaning the wire and also the sensor .

thank you and thanks for using fixa.

Jun 11, 2010 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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The temperature gauge just stopped working. Could


Yes it could. It could also be a loose wire on the sensor, a broken wire or a faulty sensor. Test all one at a time until you find the problem.

Jan 15, 2010 | 2001 Volvo S40

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There is a wire that has corroded and is loose just to the left of the thermostat housing. I am just curious what that wire is for. It looks like it has been loose for some time.


Could be the wire for your temperature sensor. Although this wire has low voltage applied to it, it is crucial for this to be repaired so that you have an accurate display of your engine operating temperature.

Dec 01, 2009 | Dodge Dakota Cars & Trucks

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