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Old 11-26-2013, 05:03 PM   #1
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I have a 1994 V6 that the temp sensor isnt reading, the gauge just shows nothing. Anyone know where the temp sensor is on these things?! Im going crazy trying to find it! ANY HELP will be GREATLY appreciated!

Another thing... What is this sensor for? (Its the one on the right side of the pic..)

Here is another pic of the sensor...
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Should have two "temp" sensors on that. The one you are pointing out in your photo is the Temp Sending Unit, its only job it to give you gauge readout in the cabin. Now the second "temp" sensor is your Temperature Switch. The temp switch is used to aid in turning on the electric fans as well as adjusting fuel trims based on engine temp.
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Thanks a ton!! That is a huge help to me! I need to change that one out since I dont have any readout on the dash of the car.
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