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My 6.5 cz will start but will not run. I have checked the sensors and they appear to work properly but I am wondering if wire #37 to all sensors and to the relay board should always sow short to ground even when I disconect the coolant sensor wiring?I also do not get voltage showing at the gauge,it starts to then shuts down,I replaced the capacitor to no effect.I have a rotor diode board but have not installed it,is there a way to test the relay board?also if i have to replace the rotor diode board do I have to remove the bolt in the end of the stator?thanks for your help!

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Two months ago I asked fixya about a g.e. oven with a f3 code. that evening a reply suggested I replace the oven sensor. I took the old one to the parts place, told the repairman about the code,and he told me the sensor WAS the problem. I replaced it, and WOW it fixed it! Today it faulted out again. I will pull it again and check it. It was installed correctly.The problem for a f3 fault IS the sensor.

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un-plug the ecm " computer module " it should be under the hood by the passengers side on top of the fender.
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your voltage/reg. can be tested in a couple different ways check ground res. check res. then revs. bias on diodes you have ac in dc out it sounds like you may have a diode gone bad allowing ac curent to flow causing the wires to get hot

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