Welcome to the forum. that side is connected to the wire that goes to the coolant sensor (usually on the intake manifold) the coolant sensor is a variable resistor that changes with temperature. Quote: Originally Posted by Fordzilla80 The call of shenanigans has been answered, and it has been ruled that the declaration of shenanigans was justified. How far are you driving the truck? 10-20-30 miles? have a peek here
Sign in to report inappropriate content. They are both on the head several inches apart. Is there a difference between the sensors? How many parts would you have him replace even if there isn't a problem. https://www.2carpros.com/questions/ford-explorer-2000-ford-explorer-temperature-gauge-not-working
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Don't you think it's easier and faster to replace the thermostat and the radiator cap as a first step? There are easy to use point and read temp sensors so you can tell if your are operating in correct temp range. Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm. 2000 Ford Explorer Temperature Sensor Location I found this was very difficult due to it being a plug and locking pin design and in a very tight spot in the engine.
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I believe this is related to the water pump kicking on and off constantly. Ford Explorer Temperature Gauge Fluctuation Its a OHV with the "X" engine type. It should go to full hot. Charles :exp: 1999 Mercury Mountaineer 5.0L AWD Stock ~190K miles Kriegen, December 16, 2009 #3 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page
Expand» Details Details Existing questions More Tell us some more Upload in Progress Upload failed. I have replaced the sensor (twice) and the thermostat with no change. 1998 Ford Explorer Temp Gauge Not Working Ford of Murfreesboro 2,996,569 views 8:11 Ford Explorer Temp Sender - Duration: 5:57. 2000 Ford Explorer Coolant Temperature Sensor MattHumanPizza 110,250 views 3:41 Replacing Thermostat Housing in 02 Ford Explorer V6 4.0L (upper and lower housing) - Duration: 7:13.
HOWSTUFFINMYCARWORKS 254,962 views 5:32 Loading more suggestions... navigate here The gauge stays all the way down on cold and doesn't move a hair. Dark Green. 2WD Auto trans w/overdrive. That reguires no tools, no technical knowledge, no risk, and won't get your hands dirty. Ford Explorer Temperature Sensor
I have replaced the thermostat, the single wire temperature sending unit, the double wire temperature control sensor (same part number for both the single and the double wire according to Napa). I bought the Explorer with the temp gauge not working and now its time to fix it. Expert: AMEDEE replied7 years ago. Check This Out Add to Want to watch this again later?
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I'm not sure what "normal" means from your original post. Lots of overheating issues, very few too cold concerns. :) caradiodoc SPONSORED LINKS Was this answer helpful?YesNo Tuesday, July 6th, 2010 AT 2:15 PM c22munsey Member My grandfather actually did the DavidB82, December 16, 2009 #2 Kriegen Active Member Joined: August 24, 2009 Messages: 246 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 City, State: Montgomery, AL Year and Model: 1999 Mounty 5.0L AWD Not that I am aware of.
So, I searched around on this site and found the location of the Temp Sender (the sensor in near the thermostat with one 1 wire). Sign in 9 Loading... After that I thought it must be the sender so I replaced it and it didn't solve the problem. good luck !!
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