Hard Start - 87 4kq
rrrrraudi at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 8 15:47:20 EDT 2003
Quick, I want to retract my last statement. That was
the temp sensor that controls the radiator fan. Huw is
right, the CIS temp sensor is on the underside of the
coolant neck on the head. I replaced this also and it
truly does improve cold drivability. It also can be
replaced without much loss of coolant if done quickly.
--- mike mcclurg <rrrrraudi at yahoo.com> wrote:
> ....or is this the sender in the bottom radiator
> plenum? At least that is where the one was on my '85
> 4ksq that I replaced to vastly improve cold
> drivability. If you are quick, you can replace
> draining the system. Just put a pan underneath and
> pour back what you spill. I only spilled about a
> tablespoon! Quick, huh?
> --- Huw Powell <audi at humanspeakers.com> wrote:
> > Sounds to me like the CIS temp sender is the
> > culprit. They're cheap,
> > and easy to replace. Located on the underside of
> > the coolant neck on
> > the head.
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