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Join Date: Feb 2002
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There's another sensor screwed directly into the cylinder head block, behind and below the thermostat.
I can't remember what each one does.. might have to try and remind myself.. but if the new thermostat sensor alone doesn't fix the issue, then it's worth finding out what that other one does and see if it sounds like a contender (unless you fancy just buying a new one and seein if it makes any difference).
[Edit]: The sensor on the block is the one that lights up the high temperature warning light, so that might be the one that needs to be replaced. I'm not sure if it sends signals to the ECU.. (you'd think ECU is more interested in the actual temperature, which comes from the thermostat based sensor) but it could, for a specific purpose we don't know about, I suppose.
No bullets for Chaingun..
Last edited by Ralf S.; 07-11-14 at 09:56.