Does anyone know about how much a temperature sensor is for a 1995 F150? I asked the dealer about this when I took the truck in for some routine maintenance, and they checked it out supposedly. I just want to remove the electical connection, clean the terminals, and re-seat the plug onto the sensor. I did this on my cousins ford windstar mini van and it gave me a code which mean it was a sensor outside of the transmission. Only problem is that I dont know if by right side, they mean when youre sitting in it, or outside looking at it. Car has been in storage for more than 10 years.
I don't remember when the bad mileage thing started. Am I getting the right read on the hex surface? She took it to 3 transmission shops and they told her that the transmission needed a full overhaul. You can see a picture in the following web page: This is the sensor that is connected to the gage on the dash in my case, it's a temp gage, not an idiot light. A faulty throttle position sensor or switch due to loose connections, bad grounds, high resistance in the circuit, or opens in the circuit can cause the following symptoms. Perform 100% sort of all stock on hand. A faulty oxygen sensor due to loose connections, bad grounds, high resistance in the circuit, or opens in the circuit can cause the following symptoms. .
I bought a new thermostat and installed it. The gage works, but seems to be erratic rising and falling slightly , and doesn't reach mid gage like it used to. Unplug the coolant temperature sensor electrical connection to take off. Have a nice weekend and thanks for using FixYa. You can see a picture in the following web page: This is the sensor that is connected to the gage on the dash in my case, it's a temp gage, not an idiot light. It never has made it back to the center of the normal range since then.
Either that, or possibly send me a picture out of a service manual. It's only one wire connected to it. I've already replaced the coolant temp sensor next to the thermostat , and I have also replaced the thermostat with a 195 deg unit. I hate to buy an entire manual just to find out where this thing is on my engine. There is where the t-stat housing is.
Unhook the wire harness connecting the sensor using care not to break the plug… The size I was given at my local Ford service department is: 50mm, M4. Take out the garbage to reply. I,m guessing sending unit may be inoperable. Learned that the hard way. I tapped around the thermostat area and what I think is the temperatire sensor, and the needle slowly came off the 'C'.
The valve is located on the side of the throttle body. Could the temperature sensor not be telling the engine that it is up to temperature. There are 2 prongs in the plug. I don't want to put a wrench on it, start turning, and hear a 'snap'. I've already replaced the coolant temp sensor next to the thermostat , and I have also replaced the thermostat with a 195 deg unit.
Hopefully everyone will check out this answer instead of it being asked 10 times. The sensor is mounted between the air cleaner assembly and the air cleaner outlet tube. I have a 1995 F150 4. Just starting to use it again. After about twenty minutes I have a working sensor and no worries about the temperature of my engine. Either that, or possibly send me a picture out of a service manual. It will have a two wire plug.
If it does unscrew, I'm assuming you can just buy a new sensor unit and screw it back in to the coolant line pipe. I'm asking because I don't see any exposed threads. Learned that the hard way. Can you describe to me just where this sensor is located? Anyway, back to my question. I just about bought one yesterday.
Was a little hard to pull off but it'll come. I'm not a small guy and was just barely able to get to it. According to the 2000 Ford E-150 Owner Guide :For the 4. Suspect stock has a build date code prior to 2774. I've already had the plug off to clean it. Use a good amount of wd 40 or similar product to loosen the sensor from it's location on the exhuaust.
I've already had the plug off to clean it. Keep in mind that your vehicle doesn't necessarily have all of these sensors, but if your vehicle has one of these sensors, this should help you diagnose it. This would normally be no big deal, except that it usually sets between the 'R' and 'M'. The data is used to calculate air density and determine the engine's air mass flow rate, which in turn determines the required fuel metering for optimum combustion. Daughter bought car in 94.