I may be jumping the gun, but we ran into a nightmare at the shop regarding a cougar of this approximate era, I need to do a little research to recall what happened and if it applies to yours. It ended up to be a manufacturer's defect; the car was held up at the dealer for 2 monthes until the "fix" was shipped. I wish I had more info, but don't at this time. Hi this is the reason, I had 4 alternators replaced before i found it. There is a 175amp fuse attached to a wire that leads to the starter from the alternator. It is located behind the engine on the passenger side, just slide your hand back there find the wire pull on it hard and it comes up where you can reach it. I replaced it with a 175amp fuse block from a car stereo shop for $10 and I haven't had a problem since.
Under the battery, on the battery tray.
On a UK model it is under the bonnet next to the battery.
It is on the bottom of the battery tray, under the battery.
The Battery Temperature sensor is located under the battery attached to the battery tray. Remove the battery and you will see it on the tray. You can then remove it from the top and then unplug it.
take battery out under battery tray on Tran's
under the driver side battery
The ( Power Distribution Box ) is between the battery and the driver side fender .
under the battery tray...it mounts right at the center in a little cutout
P1492 Battery Temperature Sensor Voltage Too High Test and/or replace the battery temp sensor. It is usually located under or near the battery.
Not 100% sure, but I've never heard of any such device on any vehicle. Are you asking the right question? There isn't one! If a Dodge has a battery temp sensor it is located in the battery box under the battery.
Usually it is under the battery tray. In most vehicles anyway. Hope this helps.
The alternator is either over or under charging.
You will find the outside air temperature sensor under the battery tray
This depends. Are you referring to the battery temp sensor? if so it is under the rear seat with the battery, small little plastic part that is no longer made. If that is the part, you will need to have your battery relocated to the trunk and the alternator rebuilt to run without the feed from that sensor.
If it is yellow, it is for the air bags.
The temperature sensor provides feedback to the charger to allow the charger to determine when the battery is fully charged. The battery under charge develops internal heat as it approaches full charge. The temperature sensor measures the heat (temperature) and reports it back to the charger to end the charging cycle.
If you take out the battery tray and turn it over, you will find the Battery Temperature Sensor. Just found out this was the reason my check engine light stayed on. One of the wires was exposed and discharging to the frame of the jeep.
USB devices take power from the device they are plugged into to operate. The message is a warning warning suggesting you unplug the USB devices to conserve the power of the tablet's battery.
About $60.00 for the switch. Kind of hard to get to under the car. Need a tool to align center nut in neutral though. For 94 Cougar tool number is 307-351 (T97L-70010-A).
on he frame rail of driver side under battery compartment
The sensor is the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor, located under the EGR, on the side of the engine between the engine and the battery. Brass sensors can be bought at the dealer.
The exterior temperature sensor on a Buick Regal can be replaced by first unplugging the battery, then reaching up under the dash below the radio and unplugging the old one. Then, trace the path of the wire to the front driver's side and unscrew the mounts for the old sensor. Replace with the new sensor and run the wires through the old path to the plug in under the dash. Re-connect the battery.
On 1997 Mercury Cougar : The fuse box is under the dash , on the drivers side . Also , the power distribution box ( which is " live " ) is located in the engine compartment near the battery
The Automatic transmission breather tube is on the drivers side of the vehicle and is under the air filter box under the hood, it often reaches up near the battery tray.
I have a 1999 dodge avenger es and my crank sensor was under the battery housing. Remove the battery and the housing and look underneath if it is like mine it sits on top of the transmission housing. Its attached with one bolt. Easy fix. My sensor cost me 60 dollars. Good luck.....