I'm a single woman and i need to change the air charge temperature sensor on my 1993 olds cutlass supreme. i need a "how to" please.
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The coolant sensor is the two wire sensor that is next to the thermostat housing.
There is no such thing on a Caravan, please clarify and re-post so I can help you.
They don't have fuses. The speedometer is controlled by the speed sensor(s) and the temperature gauge is controlled by the coolant temperature sensor.
Which temperature sensor? There is an air-fuel charge sensor, and a coolant temp sensor.
burn that pos wow you can do better than that where is the coolant temp sensor on3.3 engine on a 98 dodge caravan
It is called an oxygen sensor socket.
Next to where the upper radiator hose comes out of the engine.
That would depend on which temeprature sensor you are asking about. Is it the coolant temperature sensor or the air charge tenerature sensor you are asking about?
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You will find the outside air temperature sensor under the battery tray
Two wire sensor, just behind where the upper radiator hose hooks to the engine.
The engine coolant temperature sensor is the two wire sensor near where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine.
Yes they are the same, now-a-days it is called IAT (Inlet Air Temperature)
Likely a faulty coolant temperature sensor. Change the sensor.
underneath the front bumper in the middle.
Intake air temperature sensor circuit malfunction.
The air charge temperature sensor is located in the air inlet between the air filter and the air horn. The coolant temperatur sensor is located in the intake manifold. I believe that you need to have a Repair Shop scan the engine and do diagnostics on the car before you replace parts that may not be bad. Just because you get a code does not mean that part is bad.
A 2001 Dodge Caravan doesn't have a knock sensor.
this is the only sensor on the air duct between throttle body and air filter housing.
Do you mean the ambient (outside) temperature sensor? It is usually located between the grill and the radiator, near the middle and at the bottom of the radiator.
The temperature sensor provides feedback to the charger to allow the charger to determine when the battery is fully charged. The battery under charge develops internal heat as it approaches full charge. The temperature sensor measures the heat (temperature) and reports it back to the charger to end the charging cycle.
Two wire sensor very near where the upper radiator hose hooks to the engine.
A 1999 Dodge Caravan does not have a mass airflow sensor.