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.
It has 1 coolant sensor, 1 temperature sensor
There are two separate sensors that play here. the "coolant temperature sensor" and "coolant LEVEL sensor". I suggest confirming which of these was replaced, as it is very common for them to be confused. likely you will find the coolant sensor that was replaced was the one on the engine (temperature); The LEVEL sensor is mounted either in the coolant resivoir or in the radiator. Probably just need the proper sensor replaced.
That is the coolant sensor. Not the one for the temperature gauge in the dash.
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
One the engine block on the 302 and 351's
behind the thermostat housing,two wires
It doesn't have a crank sensor. It still has a fully functional distributor.
It is screewed into the intake manifold right beside the thermostat housing.
What size engine? on my 1993 2.5 it is direcly behind the coil on the front of the engine.
It is on the firewall side of the motor and can be accessed on the passenger side of the car. I believe it is on the thermostat housing. There is a coolant line that connects to a fitting right next to the sensor in the housing.
Coolant 'sensor' for EEC purposes is near front coil on heater core hose going to thermostat housing. It's a two wire connector.
"Inside the overflow tank. you get to buy a whole new tank." The switch inside the overflow tank is the coolant level switch. The engine coolant temperature sensor is located on the driver side of the engine near the rear of the engine compartment. by theramonast
ITS THE PLUG WITH TWO WIRES GOING UP JUST TO THE LEFT OF WHERE THE THERMOSTAT IS.
on the drivers side of the engine. right above the spark plugs. it has a thin wire sticking out of it. BE READY coolant will pour out as soon as you remove it.
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
There are two coolant temperature sensors. One is located near the water pump and the other on the head above the starter.
Make sure it really is low on coolant by checking the coolant when engine is off. If the level is up to par, then the sensor may be bad.
FIRST----which temperature sensor are we looking for? in car? outside temp?
The temperature sensor on a 1994 Rodeo 3.2 liter is located on the back of the engine. You need to remove the manifold to access the sensor.
Sounds like O2 sensor has failed..........
sensor is in the plastic reserve on the float.
Follow the top radiator hose to where it connects to the engine . Looking from the front of the vehicle I believe the sensor on the left is for the engine temperature gauge and the sensor on the right is for the EEC-IV system
Either the fan motor or the sensor needs to be replaced. or your thermostat is stuck.
Under hood, center, upper engine area, mounted in driver side of water outlet