Just behind the alternator, on the coolant pipe. It has a two wire connection, and is very easy to find and replace. Be sure to release pressure from system by loosening the cap or wait til the engine is cool. The engine ECM/cooling fan sensor is located on the driver side(rear end) of the engine, screwed into the housing that the radiator hose attaches to. It has two wires, brown and yellow, and has an oval shaped plug. If you unplug it with the engine running, then the cooling fan should kick on in about 8 to 10 seconds. If not then the fan motor needs replaced or the relay doesn't work and needs to be replaced. This relay is labeled and is located in the relay center on the driver side, next to the battery.
On my 99 sunfire it is directly to the back/side of the alternator; very easy to spot
It is the coolant temp sensor near the upper radiator hose.
were is the cooling temperature sensor located on my 96 Plymouth grand voyager
there is no reset you have replace the low coolant sensor and flush cooling system and use dexcool coolant.
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
Where is the temperature cooling sensor located
Check the temperature sensor
No, older cars didn't have bleeder valves on the cooling systems.
more likely to be a faulty coolant sensor or the thermostat is faulty and staying open
make sure the cooling system is full and if it still won't go out you need to replace the coolant sensor.
Keep the engine coolant or antifreeze from rising above its operational temperature.
Higher pressure raises the boiling temperature of the coolant.
On the bottom lhs of the cowling or cooling fan housing.
Because when your moving, air is moving at the radiator, cooling it down, thus cooling your coolant down, thus cooling your motor temperature down causing the coolant temperature sensor to pick up a lower reading and relaying it to the gauge. Depending on how high it is in "Park" you may have poor circulation, a broken or missing fan shroud, weak water pump impellers, low coolant, inactive coolant fans or a bad fan clutch.
The coolant temperature sensor on a 1999 Mondeo is located on top of the engine, in the intake manifold. It constantly updates the vehicle's computer and controls the cooling fan.
The cooling fans on a 99 Nissan Maxima will not come on if the coolant temperature sensor is defective. The fan only comes on when the temperature passes a threshold.
when the engine is running and coolant will become hot to its operating temperature,the cooling system is under pressure,coolant will overflow and goes to coolant reservoir.when the engine goes cold coolant will go back to the rediator.
Check the temperature at the radiator when hot Cooling fan is designed to come on only when:A/C Compressor is on (either during cooling or defrosting) orwhen coolant temperature exceeds 235 degrees Fahrenheit
Yes, a Dodge Neon has a coolant temperature sensor.
If you mean coolant temperature sensor.... ITs on the driver side, behind the alternator. Must remove the alternator!
227 degrees fahrenheit
Total Cooling System Capacity (qts): 12.3
A few of the reasons: 1. So that the coolant does not leak out of the system. 2. So that the coolant can be made to circulate through the pipes (pressure is required). 3. So that Pressure can build up in the cooling system. This allows the coolant to reach a higher temperature before boiling. Once at its boiling point, the temperature will not rise, and additional cooling is inhibited.
The coolant temperature sensor on a Subaru is located on top of the engine near the upper radiator hose. It constantly updates the vehicles computer to regulate the speed of the cooling fan.
If you are talking about the coolant temperature switch that turns the fan on when the coolant reaches the right temperature, then mine it is located in the bottom of the radiator directly under the fan.