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Old 07-31-2005, 04:47 AM
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what thermostat do you have? i've got the 180 F and i'm starting to think it may be causing my milly running hot.
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same.
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Old 08-02-2005, 10:18 PM
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ok guys..just completed changing the temp sensor. slasherx was right with the location. the hard part is unclipping it from the connector. if you remove the heat shield it will be so much easier.

the temp gauge sensor is there too - right next to the temp sensor actually. it's much smaller compared to it. i wonder what sensor ALL DATA is pointing at that is in the glove compartment area.
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Old 08-03-2005, 01:52 AM
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ok guys..just completed changing the temp sensor. slasherx was right with the location. the hard part is unclipping it from the connector. if you remove the heat shield it will be so much easier.

the temp gauge sensor is there too - right next to the temp sensor actually. it's much smaller compared to it. i wonder what sensor ALL DATA is pointing at that is in the glove compartment area.
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ya that heat shield had to be removed, the clipping was kind of hard but nothing a minute or two couldn't fix. good luck. removing the thermostat is a bitch too, its the hose coming from the radiator to the engine on the transmission side of the car (on the right if you're looking at it from the engine bay, or the driver side if you're in the car).
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