1990 Chevrolet Lumina temperature sender is located on the back side of the thermostat housing. The sender has a wire that goes to the temperature gauge.
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Your engine may be running in open loop due to a defective coolant temperature sensor, which on my 1991 Cherokee L6 is located on the thermostat housing. This is different from the coolant temperature sender, which is located at the rear of the valve head next on the driver's side.
I have the same problem on my 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.0 and was told it's a bad pressure monitor sender that wasn't reading the pressure correctly. I'm not sure if this is correct and I am continuing to look into the problem. MY 4.0 WOULD PEG OUT HIGH AFTER YOU STARTED IT. IT WAS ALWAYS THE SENSOR LOCATED BELOW THE DISTRIBUTER. NOT TOO HARD TO SEE. HAPPENED EVERY COUPLE OF YEARS( 50K-60K MILES)
the coolant sender is located at the back of the head 2to 3 inches down,very difficut to get to to and undo
The temperature sender is a one wire sender and should be located on the driver's side of the block, near the firewall. It will be located almost directly below the oil pressure sender. You can also check thegauge by touching the wire to ground. When grounded, the gauge should read full hot. Hope this helps.
The gauge sender is located on the back driverside top of the head.
Temperature sender for the engine management ecu is on thermostat housing. This usually has a green connector on it. It is located on the side of the head facing forward roughly middleish
The Oil Sender is located at the base of the distributor. Usualy pointing in a direction towards the firewall. You've got to look at it when you remove it, and look to see if it has one or two pins to connect to the wire harness. I bought both of the senders from the local parts store, and returned the one that I didn't use. You DO NOT want to run the engine while the sender is removed. Use teflon tape to seal the threads of the new sender before you re-install it. Fixed the problem that i had with an eratic guage, and it was an easy fix too. Good Luck.
it is next to the thermostat housing under the alternator
There is a hose that runs from the radiator to the front of the engine block (front of the vehicle). Where the hose enters the engine, the temperature sender unit is threaded into the block. It has an electrical connector attached to it. To the best of my knowledge, this is the only temperature sender. Best...
The temperature sender for the instrument cluster gauge is between spark plugs #5 and #7 on the passenger side cylinder head. The temperature sender for the ECM is in the front of the intake manifold, beneath the throttle body.
The engine coolant temperature sensor and coolant temperature gauge sender are located on the passenger's side of the engine, under the intake manifold.
It is on the back of the engine, just to the passenger side of the distributor.
the sending unit is in the gas tank. hope it helps. duboff
where is the water temperature sender unit on a ford puma
Usually the fault lies in the temperature sender which is normally located in one of the metal pipes attached to the rubber pipes that run into the top of the radiator. Replace the sender with the correct one and the problem should be righted
In the front of the engine under the throttle body...
Loose wire, bad pressure sender (common), low oil pressure.
The temperature sensor (sends coolant temp to the PCM) is located in the top of the thermostat housing. The temperature sender (sends coolant temp to the gauge) is located in the bottom front of the same housing.
The coolant temperature sensor on a 1997 Tacoma is located on the front of the engine. To find it follow the upper radiator hose to where it enters the engine. The sensor will be place near it.
follow the top radiator hose to the engine block. the temperature SENSOR has two wires. The temperature SENDER has one wire
to tell wat temperature your engine is.
The 1996 will not have a hole in the rear of the head for the gauges coolant temp sender.
The air intake temperature sender is located at the right hand side, back of the engine when looking from the front of the car. It is found screwed into the inlet manifold at the top of the engine. Disconnect wiring and unscrew sensor.