On the side of the water pump housing
It si right beside your thermostat housing
under intake manifold pass side
There is usually an ECT (engine coolant temp) sensor and a CTS (coolant temp sensor) located around the thermostat housing mounted in the intake. One sends coolant temp to the guage, the other sends temp to computer.
The coolant fan is triggered by a temperature sensitive switch. when coolant reaches a certain temp it turns the fan on. When the coolant drops below that temp it shuts off the fan. The ignition switch plays no part in the operation of the cooling fan.
the coolant temp is below the regulated temperature.. replace the thermostat and temp sender switch
coolant temp sensor,does just what it says,it relays your coolant temp to gauges!
Yes. A bad or failing temp sensor prevents the ECM from monitoring, and adjusting for, the engine temperature.
There is not a separate cooling fan sensor, it controlled by the ECM which get it's reading from the ECT (engine coolant temp sensor)
coolant temp sensor, wiring, relay, bad fan motor
chevy mounts the cts on the underside of the thermostst housing
up your ars and round the bend
coolant temp sensor fault
It's located on the passenger side head. Let me tell you, it's very delicate and breaks easily.
Where is coolant fan switch located on 1998 chevy Malibu with 3 .1
open the hood and look for it
the cooling fan relay is locate in the engine compartment left hand side fender, and the temperature switch also in the engine compartment under distributor single wire, coolant temp sensor right next to the temp switch and the radiator fan switch is behind the fire wall below the intake and above the oil filter.
The temp sensor switch is located on the right side of radiator ,at the bottom.
Coolant Temperature Sensor/Switch (For Computer) ECCS Component Parts Location
located coolant temp sensor
how do you replace coolant temp sensor on a rodeo
where is the coolant temp sensor on a 2004 1.5 almera
P0128- coolant thermostat ( coolant temp below regulated temp)
Bad gauge and/or coolant temp sensor The coolant temp sensor doesn't control the gauge. There is a sensor in the head on the driver's side that controls the gauge. It is fairly easy to get to, probably one of the only things on a 4th gen. lol
it's in the black pipe that goes in front of the alternator. the temp sensor is on the passenger side and the temp switch is on the driver side!