VW Golf GTI
Do you use sealer on temp sender?
Asked in GMC Jimmy
What does a temp sensor sender look like for a 2001 gmc Jimmy?
Where is the temp gauge sender unit fitted on a ford 289?
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What is the difference between the temperature sensor and temperature sender on a 1993 Chevy blazer?
Asked in American Cars
Why my Water temperature gauge doesn't work on 95 explorer?
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Can you use silicone instead of a gasket for thermostat?
Asked in Chevy Lumina, How To
How to troubleshoot water temp gauge on Chevy lumina gauge reads hot but its the engine is cool?
Asked in Ford Contour
Why does my temp gauge still not work after changing the sending unit on a 96 ford contour?
Does anybody know the answer to this question??????? YES I HAVE THE ANSWER...REPLACE THE TEMP GUAGE. ITS NOT AS HARD AS YOU WOULD THINK...ABOUT A 20 MIN. JOB ------------------------------------------------ I tried replacing the temp gauge but that wasn't the problem for me. On top of the engine is a temp sender that is all so easy to get to but it is for the engine computer. The temp sender for the gauge is under the water pump. My temp sender went bad because the water pump started leaking. It is like the engine is headed for a major problem of over heating but it disables the temp sender which warns the driver of over heating. It is not easy to change the temp sender but it is doable if you pull off the thermostat housing. Don't put the old thermostat back in. Also, don't get an aftermarket temp sender, I got one and it reads 3/4 hot all the time. It only cost me $5 but I wish I had have bought from the dealer what ever it cost.
Asked in Ford Escort ZX2
Which sensor operates the temp gauge on a 1998 ford zx2?
What is wrong when fuel gauge goes past the full and also the temp gauge up past red no it dosent overheat just gauge faults in your 91 Toyota corolla hatchback do you think it maybe the voltage?
the problem with your fuel gauge may be normal as my Toyota Camry does this also. On the temperature guage it could be a bad temp. sender unit, a bad gauge, wiring between the sender unit and the guage. Disconnect the connector at the sender under the hood (normally located in the thermostat housing) and see if the temp guage reads zero. If it does, it's the temp sender unit.