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Re: Narcoleptic coolant temp gauge
On Fri, 21 Nov 1997, Steve Valin wrote:
> Andrew Duane USG/PE <firstname.lastname@example.org> replies:
> << The infamous multi-function sensor. BTDT, twice, once on each car.
> It's on the upper coolant hose inlet to the head, has 3 or 4 pins.
> Pull the boot to check the contact first, sometimes it's just loose
> or corroded. If not, replace it. About $50, 2 minutes work. >>
> Is this the same sensor that the A/C computer uses? I've got a case
> where the A/C will intermittently see that the engine overtemp sensor
> goes off, and I know the engine isn't that hot. This appears to be an
> on/off sensor, not a transducer. If this is not the multi-sensor, then
> does anyone know where it is?
I have the exact same problem plus my a/c doesn't shut off. Temp gauge
doesn't always work. It lights up but the needle falls below the red line
as if there is no power.
'88 90Q 166K miles