every silverado through1994 had problems with the thermostat. i have replaced mine 3 times and finally i just got auto meter gauges. buy some cheap autometers and hook it up and i guarantee it will read normal. also oil pressure gauge problems often occur. while your in their you might as well replace that too with an autometer gauge.
where are the airbag sensors on a 2006 silverado
Coolant temperature sensors are usually located on the radiator.
The temperature sensor on a 1987 Nissan Stanza is located on the rear of the radiator. It is about one-third of the way down from the top.
That year has 2 oxygen sensors.
knock sensors on a 2005 silverado are located under the intake manifold
There are to many sensors to list. What sensor are you looking for, And what is the engine size. NEUTZ.
It has 4 of them.
Elephants have pain and temperature sensors because, they have big tusks.
When the thermostat and radiator were replaced, coolant could have dripped into an electrical connector or a sensor could be disconnected or damaged. Check the temperature sensor and crankshaft sensors first.
There are two knock sensors on a 2004 2500HD V8 6.0 Chevy Silverado. Both of the sensors are mounted under the intake manifold on the engine.
All the O2 sensors on a 99 Chevy Silverado with a 5.3 engine are located in the exhaust. The are positioned on each side of the exhaust manifolds and just after the crossover.
Temperature sensors are usually locate in the water-pump housing.
temp. sensors do just that. They tell the temperature more accurately than a thermometer.
It has 1
There are two knock sensors on your engine, and they are underneath the intake manifold. You will have to remove the intake to get to the sensors.
The different types of smart sensors include pressure sensors, electrical conductivity sensors, dissolved oxygen sensors, turbidity sensors, pH sensors, temperature sensors and ORP sensors.
If you mean where is the temperature sending sensor it is in the water outlet housing next to the thermostat. There are 2 sensors for the engine temperature. One for the computer which controls the radiator fan and one for the gauge on the dash.
The sensors are generally located on the radiator support toward the bottom/center. They are about 2" long with a wire plug in on them.
in the valley under the intake
That year engine requires a 195 degree thermostat due to the computer system/sensors. It is NORMAL for that engine temperature to run between 195 to 210 degrees depending on the seasons and how you are using it.
could be the O2 sensors. My 97 does that when I pull a trailer. Put it on the computer and 2 of the 4 sensors were slow to react
That year used ONLY 2 sensors and there up close to the engine in the exhaust system/pipes.
MY 1991 VW DID THIS & THE RADIATOR RES. TANK HAS A SENSOR IN IT TO LET YOU KNOW TO ADD WATER TO THE SAFE LEVEL ON THE TANK.
All of what sensors? There are dozens of different sensors in cars: O2 sensors, oil pressure/temperature, coolant temperature, fuel pressure, and so forth. All are different, and each car typically uses sensors that are different from sensors in other cars.