12 degrees with the coolant temperature sensor unplugged.12 degrees with the coolant temperature sensor unplugged.
12 btdc with coolant sensor unplugged for most 2.2L's12 btdc with coolant sensor unplugged for most 2.2L's
Might be the sensor, each fan has its own relay
odds are the sensor needs to be replaced
Is the car overheating? As a safety measure, the fan will come on when the coolant sensor is unplugged. This is in case the wires come unplugged or the sensor goes bad so that the car will not overheat. If you have A/C the fan should come on within a few seconds after turning the A/C on. The fan on the car does not come on simply because it is plugged in to the sensor. It first has to get fairly hot....something like 238 degrees before the fan will come on. This is a how a correctly functioning fan will work. If it is not coming on when the gauge reads above that you may have to take it in to find out why. It could be a bad sensor....likely......or that the computer is not reading the signal correctly and thinks the car is running cooler than it is.
No, the electric cooling fans turn on and off by a signal from the coolant temp sensor. The coolant level sensor only illuminates the low coolant light when you are low on coolant.
check to see if the cooling fan temp sensor is unplugged. the sensor is located on the drivers side of the engine. the heater hose comes in from the back of the engine. there is a manifold with two sensors plugged to it. the one toward the rear of the car is the one. if this is unplugged the engine light will stay on and so will the fan. if this is not the culprit there are quite a few things that can make this happen.
Many possibles, coolant leakage,headgaket,plugged radiator, stuck thermostat, bad cooling fan, coolant sensor, radiator fan relay, ECU malfunction, rodents chewed on the ground wire for the cooling fan, or about 20 other possibles
Where is the temperature cooling sensor located
Sounds like the coolant sensor is unplugged....or possibly a bad sensor. Check to make sure it's plugged in...replace if needed.
The low coolant sensor is located in the side of the radiator. It can be unplugged but then how will you know it is low.
The coolant fan sensor is the same as the sensor that shows the coolant temperature on the dash gauge. It is located on the intake manifold.
12 deg btdc with coolant sensor unplugged
Bad temperature sensor unit? Cooling fan not working? Water pump not circulating coolant? Radiator plugged or restricted? System airbound? Thermostat not opening?
Yes, a Dodge Neon has a coolant temperature sensor.
I have a 96 ta and I made the fans on it manual so I can turn them on wen they need to be like wen I'm running it hard
this is normal,because the coolant temp sensor is supposed to be in direct contact with the cooling fluid in order to read its temperature
It has 1 coolant sensor, 1 temperature sensor
coolant fan temp sensor 1998 crown victoria
Coolant Temperature Sensor/Switch (For Computer)Locations View
Chek the coolant sensor plug and others sensor in the same area to see if the are broken,unplugged or dirty
where is the coolant temp sensor located on a 2006 hyundai sonata
There is a sensor located at the bottom of the coolant reservoir.
PATH: Engine Cooling > Coolant Temperature Sensor > Removal & Installation Removal & Installation Drain the engine cooling system slightly. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Detach the wiring connection from the sensor. Remove the coolant temperature sensor from the intake manifold. Clean the sensor area of any debris. To install: Install a new sensor into the intake manifold. Tighten the 6-14 ft. lbs. (8-19 Nm). Attach the sensor wiring to the unit. Connect the negative battery cable. Fill the engine cooling system with a 50/50 coolant water mixture. Start the engine and top off the cooling system.
Your temperature sensor, located on the thermostat housing could be faulty or unplugged.