Causes for overheat indicator?
b.benz at charter.net
Tue Apr 15 10:48:22 EDT 2003
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I said nothing implying that "newer (is or)isn't always better". I related
my personal experiences re: 3 and 4 pin MFTS. Apparently, you are just
restating what others have reported to the list, untainted by your personal
experince. Could be that there is a new version of the active sensor
available now vs the original. Inasmuch as the passive units are working
for me, I've not investigated deeper into current stock.
From: "Mike Sylvester" <mike.sylvester at att.net>
You of all people should know that newer isn't always better.
The 3-pin version design could have been done as a cost reduction and not a
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