Here is a link to said adaptor. Power down the Megasquirt, open it up, and put the boot jumper in place. I can probably do that, Im going to do them shortly, I woke up a little late. Shorter box, flatbed, and covered wagons systems would weigh less. So a whole 65 foot long empty system truck and trailer weighs over 30,000 lbs.
There's 2 fans and the second one doesn't come on till the temp gauge is pretty high, usually when the car is overheating. The root cause of the issue pointed back to the Chevrolet coolant temperature sensor. The motor will not run correctly with a faulty Coolant Temp Sensor. It's easy to buy into this type of quick diagnosis. Thanks in advance guys and gals. The problem I ran into was that the sensor was so far up away from the coolant due to the adapter that it was very slow to react. The correct size for that sensor is M12x1.
While it looks fine with the flash, in sunlight it's almost invisible to see. I have pipe and metric adapters but nothing with threads this coarse. Replacing the Chevrolet Coolant Temperature Sending Unit The first thing we should briefly discuss becomes the location of the Chevrolet coolant temperature sensor. What we also need to make clear is the symptoms associated with the bad Chevrolet coolant temperature sensor can vary greatly. I was wanting to add one since the stock one is not very accurate, but dont know where to put it. Does anyone know the thread size of the coolant temp sensor for the gauge?? But yesterday she got home and her car was making a funny noise, pops the hood and coolant is all over on one side.
They are independent publications and are not affiliated with or endorsed by or. In fact, when the customer called me to set up the appointment they said they thought the crank sensor was going bad again. The coolant temp sensor sends signal to the computer to control the motor parameters. Once tighten and the seal compressed, the adapter basically is metal on metal so it's less likely to unscrew with the filter removal. I'm using one of my output to trigger the e-fan, but I'm getting a reset everytime the fan start if I just stopped driving for less than 5 mins. I was in and under the truck in that area the other day while I was changing my half shaft. Just wondering as if i remember right on older engines there used to be 4 freeze plugs and these were removed for flushing, some people installed petcocks in the freeze plug holes to make it easier to drain.
On the V6 models it's a little further back. The only thing I'm worry about is that possibly it might be weak. It should be in your manifold near the coolant neck where the upper radiator hose goes into the manifold. I ended up drilling and tapping a new hole. If you power it up on a car, disconnect Megasquirt from any coils or ignition modules it may be connected to. With that said, on high mileage engines, now might be a great time to perform a preventive maintenance service at the same time. Is the hole going through it too small? I dont know why your stud didn't fit most likely it wasnt the right size possibly a M12x1.
Seemed a bit much for a tiny adapter. Maybe it was my adapter, it wasn't an autometer adapter. If it looks like your 98, then maybe. However, if the failure is with the Chevrolet coolant temperature sensor, replacing the thermostat and water pump becomes a for sure waste of time. I thought I read someone else say it was 1. I'm thinking it is the heat coming from the broken bolt head but may it is the sensor. On both and the 4.
They also have adapters for M16x1. If you can get the new part threaded within a few seconds, you won't lose that much antifreeze. If you can locate the relay it's much like the others and you can swap it with a good one for a simple function check. We never store the image file in our host. Do you have to hold it with something so I does not spin loose when removing the filter.
But if you want to truly test it, take your oil drain plug out and screw it in that hole it should thread on. Either way if you do lathe it down and it fits nice definatly would like you to do 2 for me. Since you have the sender out seems like an option would be to determine the thread size. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. Unfortunatly the greddy adaptor only works with Greddy sensors as the autometer one is too big. You can also find other images like wiring diagram, parts diagram, replacement parts, electrical diagram, repair manuals, engine diagram, engine scheme, wiring harness, fuse box, vacuum diagram, timing belt, timing chain, brakes diagram, transmission diagram, and engine problems. When I pulled the data stream up on my automotive scanner the coolant temperature read -30°F.
EasyTherm can load the S19 file into Megasquirt, too. Leave the start address alone. If you like I can provide a pic of said adaptor, I still have the stock sensor in because I havent purchased a greddy gauge cause their a complete rip off but am forced to purchase one soon. I've never seen them in action and I'm going to be road racing this next season since my car will finally be running so I don't want an inaccurate gauge. Above you'll see the component location diagram for the coolant sensor.