: First have always a #10 and 14 wrench. Take the distributor out and have a towel or rag to clean some oil drips. Place it aside and just beneath you will see the sending unit. Sometimes it is just a matter of replacing but the gauges can be already fatigue. However the sending unit is your cheapest beginning. be careful with the plug when disconnecting.
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underneath the distributor
The temp sending unit may be shorted to ground. Unplug the sending unit to see if the gauge drops to cold. If it does, you have a faulty temp sending unit.
The temp sending unit should be found close to the thermostat housing. It will have a single wire attached to it.
The 95 Lumina with a 3.1 engine does not have a temperature sending unit. Instead, the dash temp gauge is controlled by the engine coolant temp sensor. This sensor is located on the driver's side, top of the engine.
The 4.2 or the 5.3 engine?
THE temp sending unit 4 the inside gauge usally has 1 wire & the sending unit 4 the Computer has 2 wires.
If it starts good when the engine is cold but starts hard when engine is warm and hesitates, check or change the water temp sending unit. Hope this helps.
If the wiring and connections at the coolant temp sending unit check okay start with replacing the coolant temp sending unit. Temp sending unit should be less than $20.
The 2.2L or the 4.3L engine?
The temp sending unit for the temp gauge is located on the drivers side of the engine between cylinders 3 and 5 spark plugs.
The temp sending unit on the engine could be unplugged or faulty.
Do you mean the Temp sending unit, oil pressure sending unit, or fuel level sending unit?
Didn't mention the year or engine size but temp sending units are generally found close to the thermostat.
it sends the engine temp to the computer tells if it is hot or cold ....
Temperature Gauge Sending Unit The sending unit is located in the front section of the intake manifold in the vicinity of the thermostat. Change it.
Which sending unit? Oil pressure sending unit? Engine temp sending unit? Fuel gauge sending unit?
Need to know which sending unit, there are several, oil, temp, fuel,
Replace sending unit
The temp sending unit or gauge is bad, probably the sending unit.
If it is not overheating then the temp gage or the sending unit are bad.
In the engine block of a vehicle, the part which is responsible for sending information to the temperature gauge is called the temperature gauge sending unit.
A temp of 185-200 is an average off track
Coolant temp sensor (not the temp sending unit) may be faulty. The year, make, model and engine info would help.
The sending unit for the computer is on the drivers side right behind the distributor. The sending unit for the gauge in the cab is on the passenger side (both tap directly into the intake
There are two sensors/sending units. One (the sending unit) is located on the driver's side of the engine block (just below the exhaust pipe). The other is located next to the thermostat housing on top of the engine.