There are 2 on the engine, there is one next to the thermostat housing that sends a signal to the engine computer that takes a 1 inch wrench and there is another one that sends the signal to the Dashboard gauge and is located on the rear of the engine on the passenger side of the vehicle and you need to take off the cabin engine housing to get to this, this takes a 11/16 wrench and has a push on plug, be sure to de-pressurize the system prior to taking off these units, a ground will send the gauge to the hot side and an open switch will keep it on the cool side, so test the wire to be sure the gauge works first.
It is located to the left of the distributor.
That is the temperature sending unit for the engine coolant and it should be in the drivers side head between the first 2 spark plugs.
Temperature Gauge Sending Unit The sending unit is located in the front section of the manifold in the vicinity of the thermostat.
The 1994 Chevrolet Astro V-6 engine temperature sending unit can be located on the front of the engine. The temperature sending unit will be next to the thermostat housing.
The temperature sending unit on a 1994 Lincoln Town Car is on the top front of the engine. It is directly in front of the distributor.
on v-6 engines it's located on the front of the intake manifold,on 4 cylinder engines its located on the thermostat housing
There's a coolant temperature sensor located on the lower part of the water pump on the drivers side.
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We need to know which sending unit you speak of. There are several on that vehicle such as temperature sending unit, oil pressure sending unit and fuel gauge sending unit.
I had a similar problem with mine.... temperature gauge would shoot up after 10 minutes of driving and all the coolant would be gone... started watching the tail after replacing the coolant and saw white smoke... found out later it was a crack in the cylinder and it was burning coolant... this may not be your problem, but it mite help...
One the engine block on the 302 and 351's
behind the thermostat housing,two wires
were do I put coolant in mercedes 1994 c280
It is screewed into the intake manifold right beside the thermostat housing.
It has 1 coolant sensor, 1 temperature sensor
There are actually two water temperature sending unit on a 1994 S10 Chevy. Please locate the unit close to the thermostat housing, and not the one between spark plugs. The single wire water temperature sending unit should then be attached to the temperature gauge. The two wire unit, the one between spark plugs, would be connected to the engine control module.
What size engine? on my 1993 2.5 it is direcly behind the coil on the front of the engine.
The light you are describing indicates low coolant level in the coolant reservoir.
The coolant temperature sensor screws into the bottom of the radiator, and has two wires connected to it which have a quick relese plug....piece of cake
A 1994 Jeep Cherokee uses green coolant.
where do i put coolant in for 1994 Chevy s10 pickup
On a 2.5L 1994 YJ, we found the temp sending unit in a tapping at the rear of the cylinder head, in the lower corner toward the exhaust side. The replacement head was not tapped at that location, and we didn't discover that fact until after the head was installed. Does anyone know of an alternate location?
The coolant temp sensor Under hood, driver side, upper engine area, mounted on rear of cylinder head Fan relay Under hood, driver side, front engine area, rear side of battery, mounted on fenderwell the coolant temp. sensor is right where the thermostat housing is. you have to remove the air cleaner and hose to see it. i just replace mine on a 1994 z/24 with a 3.1