Coolant temperature sensors are usually located on the radiator.
Usually ambient sensors are located in front of the radiator.
Make sure the radiator fan is turning on when the engine warms up. When it's moving, air is blown across the radiator, but when it's NOT moving, there isn't any air moving to cool the radiator so you need a fan to be working. It SHOULD work from a temperature sensor.
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.
depends on the sensor .your question has to have more detail to it .Due to there is all kinds of sensors such as, temp sensor,knock sensor,o2 sensor,iac sensor,map sensor,idle air control sensor,mass air flow sensor,shift control sensors,transmission sensors,coolant sensors,hell there is even brake sensors and rear end sensors,some even have body sensors.
The transmission speed sensors tell the trans computer how fast the inside parts of the trans are turning. The wheel speed sensors tell the ABS computer how fast the wheels are turning.
Most oxygen sensors are heated oxygen sensors.
It depends what kind of sensor you mean. There are lots of sensors in trains already... for such things as heat/smoke detectors, doors (which stop the train moving unless the doors are closed, fuel, signal sensors..... etc
The oxygen sensor location for a Hyundai Santa Fe bank 1 sensor 2 the radiator and A/C line-Ox sensor body. The replacement sensors is available at most auto parts stores.
an o2 sensor is the same as an oxygen sensor. vehicles can have up to 4
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.
sensor is just an indicator ,..... but smart sensor is a indicator along with controller ( which decides " what to do" )
follow the top radiator hose away from radiator to engine,you will see the hose does not go directly to engine but goes to a aluminum box with 2 sensors connected to it. the one wired sensor is a temperature sensor and the 2 wired sensor is the other temperature sensor. one gives temp to dash panel,while the other sends signal to computer .
There isn't an overdrive sensor. There are pressure switches, a temp sensor, solenoids, and speed sensors.There isn't an overdrive sensor. There are pressure switches, a temp sensor, solenoids, and speed sensors.
A device that allows position measurement is a position sensor. There are absolute position sensors and displacement sensors that are relative ones.
Yes. There are also two oxygen sensors referred to as upstream (O2) and downstream (sub O2) sensors. The O2 sensor is mounted on the exhaust manifold (there is a large silver heat shield in between the engine and radiator). The SubO2 sensor is located underneath the vehicle in from of the catalytic converter.
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.
Shock sensors for the air bag deployment? In front of the vehicle, under the radiator support. There are two of them and the electrical connections are yellow in color.
what is the funcation of sensor?
melvsta here, how longs the page, loads, speed sensors, air pressure sensors, o2 sensor, parking sensors, wheel sensors, etc
No, A fiber optic sensor is a sensor that uses optical fiber either as the sensing element ("intrinsic sensors"), or as a means of relaying signals from a remote sensor to the electronics that process the signals ("extrinsic sensors").
Yes. Cam sensor will determine the rotation of the camshaft, and if it does not sense it 'turning' the sensor will not allow the engine to start (it protects damaging the engine). Faulty camshaft or crankshaft sensors will stall engine and prevent restart until replaced.
A dead zone in a sensor is the point where a sensor will not work. Ultrasonc sensors and specific optical sensors for example have measurement or detection ranges quoted as 30mm-300mm sensing. This means the sensor will not operate from 1-29mm or over 300mm.
The coolant temperature sensor is screwed into the engine, behind where the upper radiator hose attaches. That is the main sensor the computer uses to run the radiator fans.
The engine temperature sensor is located next to where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine. The computer uses that sensor to decide when to actuate the radiator fan relays and turn the fans on.The engine temperature sensor is located next to where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine. The computer uses that sensor to decide when to actuate the radiator fan relays and turn the fans on.