i think you mean coolant temperature sending unit. i take it your gauge doesn't work. if this is the case1.check fuses2.if fuses are good coolant temperature sending unit is proably bad.the coolant temperature sending unit is located at the left end of cylinder head. remember left is as you are sitting in the car. your right if you have hood up and are looking at motor. it's the upper one closest to the radiator hose. unplug, unscrew, and install new one.
well i wouldnt think of standing on saturn but if you are near the north it would be about -118 because of the way saturn tilts the nothen and southen hemisphere are hotter but if you stood where are aquater would be on saturn you would find that it is colder round about -288
Saturn is a gas giant with very strong gravity, low temperature, and an unbreathable atmosphere, so anyone trying to land there would find it very difficult, but with sufficiently good technological support, it could be done.
A low coolant level could cause the temp gauge not to read correctly. A faulty temp gauge sending unit could also be the cause. The coolant leak, you would have to find the source of the leak to determine the cause.
It depends on the make and model of the car but at the very least you should find your speed and your fuel level displayed. Most cars also display a tachometer, oil gauge, temperature gauge, and battery (charging) gauge.
not unless you can find one using memory recall or you go into computerized system
You would have to go to Auto Zone, Pep Boys and speak to a mechanic to find out how much a brake pump would cost for a Saturn Vue. You can also go to the Saturn Dealership to find out how much they cost.
One would find a Saturn Hybrid to purchase at the online site called 'Edmunds'. Another website to search for, and purchase a Saturn Hybrid would be AutoTrader. Autotrader has new, certified and used Saturn Hybrids for sale.
you will see the sun moon saturn,mars,murcury
Hi, The 'easiest' way to see if the gauge AND sensor for the temperature gauge is or should be working is to connect a scan tool to the van that can read and display the information that the computer is receiving about the coolant temperature. Very often, there are conditions where the temperature gauge will read at its minimum value, but the actual temperature is higher. This is because the computer actually controls the gauge, and will set the gauge to its lowest value if it thinks the engine temperature is not rising fast enough. If you have a multimeter, you can also test the resistance of the sensor (located near the thermostat housing). The value should change as the temperature changes. Again, if that sensor is working but the gauge is not moving, more troubleshooting is required to find the cause of this issue. I have included a link that shows the location of the sensor (look at the bottom pictures). Good Luck, Greg
i would contact Mossberg directly.
Definitely not. Saturn is the only planet that would float on water. (If you could find a swimming pool that size)
People have always said that there is life on Mars but they have never said that there could be life on Saturn. To find out scientists would need to investigate and think of some ideas of what would be able to survive with the climate on Saturn. Present scientific consensus is that there is no life, as we know it on Saturn.
You would use a thermometer to measure your temperature.
The temperature gauge sending unit might be bad. To check it find the sending unit on the side of the engine block (on most models) and pull the wire off and ground it with a piece of wire and have someone look at the gauge to see if it moves.
I think the best way to find out is to go to the nearest Saturn dealer and ask the auto department where it is located. They won't charge you for location of part.
If you weigh 120 pounds on earth, you would weigh 127.2 pounds on Saturn. Your weight on Saturn is 1.06 times more than on earth.A person that weighs 120 pounds on Earth would weigh 127 pounds on Saturn. To find out how much a person would weigh on Saturn, simply multiply that person's weight by 1.066.
No but if you could find an ocean large enough Saturn would
Saturn was found in 1610
by using a thermometer...
Portland, Oregon is the home of Saturn of Beaverton, a major Saturn dealer. You will be able to find any Saturn vehicle you desire at Saturn of Beaverton. If you are unable to find the vehicle you desire, they will be able to find one at another dealership and have it delivered.
Satirn is a gas giant with very strong gravity, low temperature, and an unbreathable atmosphere, so anyone trying to land there would find it very difficult, but with sufficiently good technological support, it could be done.
The mean density of Saturn is 0.687 g/cm³ For comparison, the density of water is about 0.970 g/cm³. This means if you could find a bath big enough, Saturn would float in water.
With no make/model/year/engine information to work with...The temperature gauge is driven by a simple sensor that is both cheap and easy to replace.Any auto parts store will be able to help you find it on your engine, and of course more than happy to sell you one.
Saturn can float in a bathtub if you can find one big enough for it
You can find a review for a 2007 Saturn Outlook at the Edmunds website. You can also find a review for the 2007 Saturn Outlook at the AOL Autos website.