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RE: MTS Sensor
Addition info: on my car (89 90q, NA I5 10v) it is on the bottom of the
water fitting. The plug has four connectors in it, and is covered by a
useless rubber boot (that is very good at catching water/coolant which
corrodes the contacts) The reason it is called a multifunction switch is
that it sends signal to your temp gauge in the dash, an a/c cutout and one
other function I cannot remember off the top of my head.
> From: John Larson[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 1999 7:34 AM
> To: Christopher Gharibo
> Cc: 20V List; Quattro List
> Subject: Re: MTS Sensor
> It's on the water fitting on the side of the cylinder head in most
> applications, and is properly called a multifunction temperature switch,
> describing it's use as a replacement for 3 different switches on earlier
> models. John
> Christopher Gharibo wrote:
> > I have a '91 Audi CQ.
> > Where's the Multi-Temperature Sensor located on this car?
> > And why is it called Multi-Temperature?
> > Thanks.
> > Chris
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