The 2006 Honda Civic coolant temperature sensor is located on the front of the engine. The coolant temperature sensor will be in the vicinity of the thermostat housing.
The coolant sensor is also the temperature sensor, it can be found on the head under the distributor for 1.5 liter Civic motors prior to 1992.
(based on a 96 civic LX) I believe the engine coolant temperature sensor is located on the side of the engine (opposite of the camshaft). If you need more details, I would recommend you to download the service manual on www.manualnguide.com
right in front of the thermostat on the bottom rad hose beside the thottle body
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how many coolant sensors do i have on a 2003 civic si ep3
it should be by your thermostat housing
There is a sensor right where the upper radiator hose goes into the engine.
Below the distributor on the head nearer the firewall than the radiator.
The temperature gage on a 95 Civic can be located on the dash board, assuming this temperature gage is for the heat of the engine. It is usually located near the mileage.
Where is the LAF sensor located on a 92 honda civic?
which are you referring to? The AIT (Air intake Temp) Sensor is located on the intake hose (the factory rubber air intake arm) it is a 2 wire sensor The Coolant Temp sensor is a One Wire on the side of the head under the distributor.
It's on the thermostat housing.
Idle Air Temperature sensor.
IT is a Intake Air Temperature sensor
the sensor is located on the air cleaner housing, right under the air filter.
It's located on the left side of the engine mid section of it on the head single wire plug
where the oil pressure sensor located on 1997 Honda Civic EX 1.6L
The intake air temperature sensor on a 2007 Honda Civic is found inside the intake system. The sensor is placed near the air filter box.
The 1995 Honda Civic speed sensor is located on the front passenger wheel. The speed sensor will be found on the inside of the brake rotor.
behind glovebox in side of evaporator it has a 2 pin connector.
where is the tdc in my 98 civic ex sedan
coolant temperature switch turns on the fan, if the fan isn't running the car's overheating...it's a sensor mounted in the coolant line that detects coolant temp.
On the thermostat housing.