29-01-2020· The car probably was in a limp/safe mode of sorts because it didn't trust the readings from the temp sensors. Clearing the codes will tell it to reevaluate. It was likely only one of them, but should be good to go for a while now. The thermostat is sort of electrically operated.
Ricardo .Heb je ook stuurbekrachtiging dan is het bij die thermostaat druk en de hoeveelheid werk als je kan beschikken over een goed gevulde kist gereedschap en een brug want op de grond werken is niet te doen. Ook een grote opvangbak is een eis. Themp. sensor bij de aan de kop . Lijkt mij niet van toepassing. Succes.
24-01-2019· On modern vehicles, a bad ECT sensor will upset ignition timing. On some vehicle models, a bad ECT sensor may upset the transmission, cooling fan, and temperature gauge as well. But before you blame the coolant temperature sensor for your engine problems, though, use this guide to test the sensor to confirm that you actually need to replace it.
14-01-2011· These engines have an electrically controlled thermostat, meaning opening and closing of the thermostat can be controlled by engine computer which is fed data by coolant temperature sensor. Not certain whether on these engines this same sensor feeds the temperature gauge dashboard display, but it's been known for cars to have separate, 2nd sensors for this only.
23-02-2021· For that reason, running a car with no thermostat is destroying vehicle performance. 2. Engine Parts. It is essential for drivers to heat the engine first, since starting a cold engine results in parts to wear out. Life of the engine minimizes quickly as the bad components are not isolated from the oil.
16-06-2019· If there is no bleeder screw on the thermostat housing, look for a coolant temperature sensor near it that you can remove. Add coolant until it reaches the top of the hole, then pop the sensor back in. Feel across the radiator too to see if it's hot. If it is, the coolant is circulating.
16-01-2017· If your car thermostat goes up and down, then chances are that there is a connection problem between the temperature sensor and the temperature display positioned inside your wire might have become loose, due to which you must be getting false indications. So, take your car to a mechanic and make sure that the wires are safe and intact.
25-03-2021· On most vehicles, the coolant temperature sensor (CTS) can be found somewhere near the engine thermostat, which allows it to function optimally. The tip of the CTS is probably located right next to the engine coolant. The sensor works by measuring the temperature that’s being given off by the thermostat …
24-01-2019· On modern vehicles, a bad ECT sensor will upset ignition timing. On some vehicle models, a bad ECT sensor may upset the transmission, cooling fan, and temperature gauge as well. But before you blame the coolant temperature sensor for your engine problems, though, use this guide to test the sensor …
14-01-2011· Hey guys, i took my car in for inspection 1 and they told me i needed a coolant temp sensor, i refused because it was too pricey, but my car is showing symptoms of a bad thermostat (low engine temps until i stop at a light and once i get moving again it drops bck down to the blue area).
09-08-2016· The lower hose is the coolant inlet (to the engine) hose. the water pump pumps coolant through the engine and out the top through the thermostat. This makes the lower hose the last link in the cooling system, where pressure is least likely to be concentrated. Thanks, for the clarification.
05-03-2020· Once your car is off, wait 10 minutes to give the hood of your car time to cool, then open it and find your radiator hoses. Using your finger, carefully touch the top and bottom radiator hoses for a couple of seconds. If one is very hot and the other is cool, your car’s thermostat …
22-05-2020· How do car temperature sensors work? On most vehicles, the coolant temperature sensor (CTS) can be found somewhere near the engine thermostat, which allows it to function optimally. The sensor works by measuring the temperature that's being given off by the thermostat …
27-11-2019· A car thermostat is a small device that sits between the radiator and the engine of a liquid-cooled car. Its principal function is to regulate the flow of engine coolant from the engine to the radiator. When closed, engine coolant cannot flow into the radiator which can lead to a rapid increase in engine …
Car thermostats respond to changes in temperature, and like all important car components, can become worn over time. A common sign that your car’s thermostat needs replacing is if it becomes stuck in an open or closed position, preventing the flow of coolant between the radiator and engine.
22-05-2020· Generally, the outside temperature sensor is located under the front of the hood near the bottom of the car. Although the sensor itself is accurate, the location causes the sensor to pick up heat from the road surface. Thus, it will usually read several degrees higher than the air temperature.
01-07-2018· How to Test a Car Thermostat. Before removing the thermostat from your vehicle, check the coolant flow and temperature. Remove the radiator cap and idle the engine. If the coolant flows right away, your thermostat is stuck open. If it is not flowing, wait until your engine warms up.
09-08-2016· A stuck thermostat could cause fluid to escape -- as in a boil over. Your wife should have noticed any temp guage red zones, or hot lights, or steam- if that were the case. Check the radiator coolant level if possible, not just the burp box. inafogg. 03-07-2011, 07:31 PM.