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Engine temp sensor bypass or test


WHAT SIZE ENGINE???? ? 4L 2.5L????

ive seen this post many times now.and can not figure it out.
double posted.
what are you trying to do, say that first. or just ask a question
first off,what does bypass mean???? <<very confusing to me...????
This is THE ECT, the ENGINE. Coolant Temperature" sensor.

what do you wish to do with this very critical EFI sensor.???????
just test it.>
Ill guess, you have not read the FSM , as it covers that 2 ways.
the ECT can be tested 3 ways.
ill show 2
1: on car and off car.
1: on car. (is more easy. if strong back)
DMM set to RESISTANCE , aka. ohms. ohmega symbol
the DMM meter is $20 at walfart.
cold car, say at about 50f.
you unplug the ECT connector (2 pin conn)
cold engine it might read, 5000 ohm, this is good,
get engine fully hot. i use a IR pyro gun, it hit 180F or more.
and kill engine.
pull back off the ECT sensor. conn.
and it reads (2 pins 2 meter leads) about 300 ohms.
is this what you want.



first google hit on sensor , but FSM shows truth....
1st hit shows....... its a NTC thermistor with these rules.
212 farenheit 185 ohms
160 farenheit 450 ohms
100 farenheit 1600 ohms
70 farenheit 3400 ohms
40 farenheit 7500 ohms
20 farenheit 13,500 ohms
0 farenheit 25,000 ohms
-40 farenheit 100,700 ohms



the FSM is here
the 93 will be close.

http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

click fuse system there.
click on pdf page number. 46/66 BINGO ECT TESTS>

off car tests are easy, in a pan of room temp water then hot the in
ice water.
i do 3 tests. 32F(ice) 79F (room) and 200F (near boiling)
super easy test. ask how. if any step seems confusing.

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My car temp gauge showed over heating at highway speed. Then upper rad hose blew. Pulled over and had car towed home. I have a Matco tools code reader. Computer doesn't show any codes. Why would that...


Using your tatco code reader, select current data (real-time data) and select engine coolant temp sensor (ECT). Run engine to operating temperature (A/C off). Monitor the temp reading - when the temp reaches approx 204 deg farenheit, the fans should kick on, after the temp drops to approx 198 deg farenheit, the fans should turn off. The fans are controled by the ECM (Engine Control Module). The ECM controls the cooling fan relays.

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How do i switch from farenheit to celcius? thanks


Take your temp in Farenheit and subtract 32. Then take your answer and multiply by 9/5 or 1.8 and that gives you your answer. (farenheit -32) x 1.8 = Celcius

Mar 30, 2011 | Health & Beauty

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I want to use two independent Sub procedures: One to convert a temperature from Farenheit to Celsuis, and the other to convert a temperature from Celsuis to Farenheit


Save this as a vbscript (filename.vbs) and modify the language as needed. Should be pretty self explanatory let me know if that works.
Sub ConvertTemp()
temp = InputBox("Please enter the temperature in degrees F.", 1)
MsgBox "The temperature is " & Celsius(temp) & " degrees C."
End Sub

Function Celsius(fDegrees)
Celsius = (fDegrees - 32) * 5 / 9
End Function

Function Fahrenheit(cDegrees)
Fahrenehit = (cDegrees + 32) * 9/ 5
End Function


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Convert temp control from celcius to farenheit


Yo can do it the long way:

°F to °C Deduct 32, then multiply by 5, then divide by 9 °C to °F Multiply by 9, then divide by 5, then add 32


Or you can do it the easy way and go to:

http://www.wbuf.noaa.gov/tempfc.htm and use the converter.

Thanks for using Fixya.

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Convert temp control from celcius to farenheit


This sounds like a Jacuzzi. This is hard to describe. In the control box, on the circuit board, in the upper right corner there is a small bunch of pins in 2 rows 5 or 6 in length. one set of pins have a black jumper on them, remove the jumper and temp should go to farenheit. Turn off power to spa before doing this.

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Changing the temp. from Celcius to Farenheit


The correct formula is to take the Celcius degrees and multiple by 1.8 and then add 32.

or

F = (C x 1.8) + 32

Regards, Wayne Parrish

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