the coolant temperature sensor could be faulty.......
It could be a faulty wire or connection. It could also be a faulty sensor or display unit.
It could be a faulty gauge, a faulty sensor, or a wiring problem. What engine do you have in what year car?
The coolant sensor moniters the coolant temperature. A faulty thermostat could cause the engine to run cool.
this could be a faulty temperature sensor or a faulty fan switch from the temp sender
a temperature sensor could be faulty...i have a 1994 legacy and i had the same problem...i replaced the temperature gage sensor and i have no more problems.
Could be low coolant level, faulty thermostat, or faulty temperature sensor. Check coolant first.
Yes. IT can make the engine run to rich, and then cause misfires
Could be a blown fuse or a faulty circuit breaker, a faulty relay, a faulty temperature sensor or the fan motor may be at fault.
Your temperature sensor, located on the thermostat housing could be faulty or unplugged.
Yes. The sensor or the wiring and connections could be faulty.
Replace your Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Visit Saturnfans.com for help in diagnosis
faulty sensor possibly cam/crank/oxygen/temperature sensor.
faulty alarm sensor.... could be temperature related.... (colder at night)
The orange engine light means that your Saturn LS300 has a sensor that is signaling for a service. This could be an oxygen sensor, an oil sensor, or even a tire sensor.
no most likely not. It could be a faulty ground wire
could be numerous things, like a faulty oxygen sensor/a.k.a O2 sensor, a faulty mass air flow sensor. it all depends on what year make and model of vehicle we are talking about
Could be wrong sensor or new sensor could be faulty or the gauge it self is bad
Could be a faulty sensor
Check the temperature sensor. You should be able to find a resistance value in your manual. If it is within specs, check to make sure the wire to the sensor is not grounded. Quick check would be to unplug the wire from the sensor. If the temperature goes down to cold it is probably the sensor. If not, there could be a short in the wire to the sensor. Worst case scenario is that the guage itself is faulty but the sensor or the wire is more likely.
Follow wiring backwards from the fan. If it comes to a relay it could be burned out. Also could be a faulty temperature sensor.
Bad coolant sensor or faulty wiring to the sensor.
It could be a number of problems. It could be the sensor is bad, it could indicate a fault with the alternator, faulty leads, faulty wiring... it depends on the situation.
You should also check the relay and the temperature sensor.
the Intake Air Temperature Sensor (IAT) could also be called the Manifold Air Temperature Sensor (MAT) some instances they are both.