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Water temp short

Is this a sensor and where do you find it to replace

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Water temp sensor on system is connected to the pipe coming from the pump outlet goes to numbers 5 and 6 on long plug on Bezel board if temp sensor is bad on heater it goes into the header where plumbing connects to heater

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This code menad that the water temperature sensor has gone bad. These will cost around $60-80 retail, unless you buy Jandy OEM, then you will be paying well over a $100.00. But you can also use a Jandy, Goldline, or Pentair sensor and it is a fairly simple repair.
Pentairs Part Number: Model # : 520272 Hayward Gold Line: Model # : GLX-PC-12-KIT Jandy: Model # : 5089


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Ducati Fault Codes


Engine Fault Codes - Ducati 749/999


To see the fault codes, with the ignition off hold both dash buttons down and turn ignition on.


1.1 TPS Disconnected


1.2 TPS short circuit to earth


2.1 Pressure Sensor short circuit to power supply


2.2 Pressure Sensor shorted to earth


3.1 Water Temp Sensor shorted to power supply


3.2 Water Temp Sensor shorted to earth


4.1 Air Temp Sensor shorted to power supply


4.2 Air Temp Sensor Shorted to earth


5.1 Battery Hi


5.2 Battery Low


10.1 Hor. Coil shorted to power supply


10.2 Hor. Coil shorted to earth


11.1 Ver. Coil shorted to power supply


11.2 Ver. Coil shorted to earth


12.1 Inj1 shorted to power supply


12.2 Inj1 shorted to earth


13.1 Inj2 shorted to power supply


13.2 Inj2 shorted to earth


14.1 Inj3 shorted to power supply


14.2 Inj3 shorted to earth


15.1 Inj4 shorted to power supply


15.2 Inj4 shorted to earth


16.0 Pump Relay


17.1 LH Fan shorted to power supply


17.2 LH Fan shorted to earth


18.1 RH Fan shorted to power supply


18.2 RH Fan shorted to earth


19.1 Starter Solenoid shorted to power supply


19.2 Starter Solenoid shorted to earth


30.0 ROM/Eprom error


34.0 Signal Panel Sensor


36.0 Speed sensor


37.0 Immobiliser (transponder)


37.1 Immobiliser (antenna)


37.2 Immobiliser (instrument panel serial driver)


37.3 Immobiliser (serial cable disconnected)


37.4 Immobiliser (ccm serial drive)


37.5 Immobiliser (key not recognised)


37.6 Immobiliser (ccm program)


38.0 Can Line error

Source http://moto-files.weebly.com/ducati-fault-codes.html

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Whirlpool stove oven fault codes


F-1 SHorted key pad Recommend to replace control board/keypad<br /> <br /> F-2 Shorted oven oven temp. Recommended to replace oven temp sensor<br /> <br /> F-3 open temp sensor. Recommend replace oven temp sensor<br /> <br /> F-5 check door latch switch.recommend to replace door-latch switch

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999 injection relay tick continuously when turn to on


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Listed below are the Ducati error codes for the 999/749 series which are very handy to know...

If your stead decides to create an error and then flashes her yellow warning strobe (the EOBD light) then follow these steps....

1) Turn the ignition to 'OFF' (Whilst stationary that is.... )
2) Depress and hold the left hand instrument panel button
3) Turn the ignition to 'ON' whilst still depressing the left hand button
4) You should then see the error codes displayed
5) Make a mental note of the codes and cross reference with the following list.........

ERROR CODES

1.1 = Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) Disconnected
1.2 = Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) short circuit to earth
2.1 = Pressure Sensor short circuit to power supply
2.2 = Pressure Sensor shorted to earth
3.1 = Water Temp Sensor shorted to power supply
3.2 = Water Temp Sensor shorted to earth
4.1 = Air Temp Sensor shorted to power supply
4.2 = Air Temp Sensor Shorted to earth
5.1 = Battery Hi
5.2 = Battery Lo

10.1 = Horizontal Coil shorted to power supply
10.2 = Horizontal Coil shorted to earth
11.1 = Vertical Coil shorted to power supply
11.2 = Vertical Coil shorted to earth
12.1 = Inj1 shorted to power supply
12.2 = Inj1 shorted to earth
13.1 = Inj2 shorted to power supply
13.2 = Inj2 shorted to earth
14.1 = Inj3 shorted to to power supply
14.2 = Inj3 shorted to earth
15.1 = Inj4 shorted to powersupply
15.2 = Inj4 shorted to earth
16.0 = Pump Relay
17.1 = L/H Fan shorted to power supply
17.2 = L/H Fan shorted to earth
18.1 = R/H Fan shorted to power supply
18.2 = R/H Fan shorted to earth
19.1 = Starter Solenoid shorted to power supply
19.2 = Starter Solenoid shorted to earth

30.0 = ROM/Eprom error
34.0 = Signal Panel Sensor
36.0 = Speed sensor
37.0 = Immobiliser (transponder)
37.1 = Immobiliser (antenna)
37.2 = Immobiliser (instrument panel serial driver)
37.3 = Immobiliser (serial cable disconnected)
37.4 = Immobiliser (ccm serial drive)
37.5 = Immobiliser (key not recognised)
37.6 = Can Line error
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May 17, 2014 | 2003 Ducati 999

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New heater was left dry for 4 weeks while spa pump was replaced. turned back on with error code Fault-shorted H20 Sensor. is it truly in need of replacement or can it be cleaned after sitting and rusting?


You can put an ohm meter on the two wires of the temp sensor and see how much resistance you get. I can't find the chart right now but you should read about 15,000 ohms at a water temp of 88 degrees. Resistance drops as temp rises. A "short" will give you the same result as just holding the two test leads together.

Having the heater idle for a few weeks should not have affected anything. The temp sensor isn't too hard to change yourself if needed.

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Replaced water pump thermostat temp sensor but temp gauge read all the way up when car is first started 3100 engine in 1996 monte carlo


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My temp gauge in my 2000 galant reads hot as soon as the car is cut on. The car itself is not running hot, what could the problem be?


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My 2001 Chevy S10 truck 2.2 L the engine is always cold. The temp. is just above 100 degrees and the check engine light is always on. I got the computer read and indicates a faulty thermostat. I replaced...


Are you sure the coolant isn't heating up? I had the same issue once and the problem was i hadn't opened the high point vent on the cooling system. there for no liquid was getting to the sensor ie. it wasn't reading the true temp of the coolant. If that's not it try pulling the sensor out get enough slack in the wiring so you can get the sensor into a small pan of water. put scalding hot/boiling water in the pan have someone watch the guage put the business end of the sensor into the water and see if your temp rises. If not you were ether given the wrong sensor or a defective one.

May 16, 2011 | 2003 Chevrolet S-10

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Aqualink reads " water temp short " . Is this a


This code menad that the water temperature sensor has gone bad. These will cost around $60-80 retail, unless you buy Jandy OEM, then you will be paying well over a $100.00. But you can also use a Jandy, Goldline, or Pentair sensor and it is a fairly simple repair.
Pentairs Part Number: Model # : 520272 Hayward Gold Line: Model # : GLX-PC-12-KIT Jandy: Model # : 5089


Dec 07, 2010 | Jandy Aqualink Rs4 One Touch Control...

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Temperature fluctuation


The water temp sensor is a switch that closes the circuit when the temp reaches a certain level and that switch sends power to the fans. Either your water temp sensor is faulty (always on) or the wiring from the sensor is shorted out. 
The easiest fix would be to replace the temp sensor. They are cheap, and replacing it will likely fix the problem. Your local parts store can get you one and show you where it is located on your car. 
If it doesn't fix your issue, at least you'll have eliminated that from the problem and can search for the short in the wiring. 
If you know basic electrics a simple auto circuit tester (cheap at any auto parts store) or multimeter will help you trace the short. If you're competent with electronics, you can always wire the sensor to the fan independently of the car's wiring harness to workaround the short. Be sure though that you have a workshop manual with a wiring diagram and that you make the correct connections to the switch, fan and the car's 12V power.
I'll bet that replacing the sensor will take care of it though.
Hope this helps.

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