How do you remove a coolant temperature sensor?

How do you remove a coolant temperature sensor?

It’s time to locate and remove the coolant temperature sensor. The first thing is remove the electronic harness that connects to the sensor. Typically this sensor is attached with a plastic clip. To remove the clip, take a flat head screwdriver and slowly pry the clip from the outside edge of the temperature sensor.

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When is it time to replace your coolant sensor?

Before you make the decision to replace the coolant temperature sensor, make sure diagnose some of the warning signs of a faulty coolant temperature sensor. Noted below are a few of the warning signs that will alert you that the coolant temperature sensor is damaged and needs to be replaced.

Use a deep socket and ratchet wrench to loosen the sensor. Gradually apply pressure to the sensor while turning it in a counterclockwise direction. This will help to ensure you do not break the sensor in the threads. Continue to loosen the coolant temperature sensor until you can remove it. Clean off the area and the threads with a clean shop rag.

Where is the temperature sensor on a car?

This will vary on some cars where the pulleys are located on the side of the vehicle. However, the sensor is still located amongst the pulley system. Hold a drop light over the area and locate the sensor. You may need to remove the fan shroud in order to see into the space.

Is there a way to read temperature from one wire?

The one-wire software is installed and I am able to successfully read the temperature from the devices folder/file in /sys/bus/w1/devices. The problem I am having occurs when using much longer wire (15ft) to connect all three (ground, data, and vcc) wires from the sensor to the pi.

Can a Raspberry Pi read a temperature sensor?

I have a raspberry pi connected to a DS18B20 temperature sensor shown in the diagram below. The one-wire software is installed and I am able to successfully read the temperature from the devices folder/file in /sys/bus/w1/devices.