There are two sending units on my 1999 2.0 mystique.One is located on top of the engine and real easy to get to.The other one is buried below the water pump and getting it out is very aggrevating.I spent about $200.00 trying to figure out why nothing seemed to fix it then one mechanic showed me the problem.One of the sending units may be working and one not working.I would suggest that you replace both of them at the same time.
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The temp. sending unit sensor is next to the thermostat housing under the alternator
You sure it is the gauge that is broke? I bet it is the sending unit.
Make sure vehicle is not overheating Replace temperature sending unit
The temperature sending unit on a 96 cavalier is on the front of the engine. It is just to the left of the alternator.
COuld be a number of things. check out the temp sending unit , check for a faulty thermostat, could be a broken or loose wire from the sending unit. these are the things I would check first. oldtom
The oil sending unit on a 96 Honda Civic is right above the oil filter. The oil filter is on the back side of the engine.
The oil sending unit is located slightly lower than the distributor on the engine block.
It is on the drivers side of the rear cylinder head.
Oil pressure sending unit is located by oil pan in front. Unplug unscrew and install new one
The oil pressure sending unit is located right above the oil filter.
On my 95 it is above the starter. it might be the same.
It is in the tank, on the side of the fuel pump module.
check to see if fan is good by wiring direct.if it is good check fan relays in eng fuse box.if all are good could be bad temp sending unit on block.
There are two temperature units on the thermostate housing of a 2.0. One under the top radiator hose and one on top of the housing itself. The one under the hose sends to the temp gauge and the other turns the radiator fan on at the correct temperature. Hope this helps you.
inside the gas tank along with the sending unit for your fuel gauge
On my 96, it is a large cylinder unit that is mounted inside the gas tank.
Up where the oil filter is located you will see the wires that lead to it.
On a 1996 Ford Explorer : ( if you have the 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine ) The oil pressure sending unit for the gauge is on the drivers side of the engine , below the power steering pump )
its on the rear left side on the upper part of the engine block
The fuel level sending unit in the tank is probably at fault.
iam pretty sure this fule filter is in the gas tank just below the sending unit
Not too difficult... That is, if you can find it. I have a '96 JEEP GC Ltd & my oil pressure sending unit was located at the back of the intake manifold by the distributor cap. !!!Pain in the Ass!!!
There is no power to the sending unit as it is a switch (activated by the pressurized oil pump) that signals a relay, this relay in return sendy 12 volts to another relay, which turns on power to the gauge indicating there is pressure