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2002 Jaguar X-Type Engine Coolant Temperature Sender FAE - 12mm

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2008 Jaguar X-Type Engine Coolant Temperature Sender FAE - 12mm

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2006 Jaguar XK8 Engine Coolant Temperature Sender FAE - 12mm

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  • Located: On Outlet Pipe (Thermostat Housing) - 12mm push in
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2006 Jaguar XKR Engine Coolant Temperature Sender FAE - 12mm

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2009 Jaguar Super V8 Engine Coolant Temperature Sender FAE - 12mm

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  • Located: Thermostat Housing / Water Outlet Pipe 12mm
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2005 Jaguar XJ8 Engine Coolant Temperature Sender FAE - 12mm

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FAE Engine Coolant Temperature Sender
  • Threaded - 12mm Hex Head

    Located: Thermostat Housing / Water Outlet Pipe
  • 12mm
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2005 - Jaguar XJ8
FAE
2002 Jaguar XKR Engine Coolant Temperature Sender FAE - 12mm

P311-58300D9    W0133-1636853  New

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FAE Engine Coolant Temperature Sender
  • Located: On Water Outlet Pipe (Thermostat Housing) - 12mm
  • 12mm
Brand: FAE
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2002 - Jaguar XKR
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2008 Jaguar S-Type Engine Coolant Temperature Sender 6 Cyl 3.0L FAE - 12mm

P311-58300D9    W0133-1636853  New

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FAE Engine Coolant Temperature Sender
  • Threaded - 12mm Hex Head
  • 12mm
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2002 Jaguar S-Type Engine Coolant Temperature Sender 8 Cyl 4.0L Delphi

P311-4500C1D    W0133-1632140  New

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  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Threaded - 12mm Hex Head
  • Threaded - M12 Hex Head
Brand: Delphi
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2003 Audi A4 Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Original Equipment

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Original Equipment Engine Coolant Temperature Sender
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 4 Pin - Green - 20mm - Round Connector
  • 4 Pin,Green 20mm Dual
Brand: Original Equipment
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2003 - Audi A4
Elth
2003 Audi A4 Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Elth - - 4 Pin Green

P311-1A6B10E    W0133-1623711  New

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Elth Engine Coolant Temperature Sender
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 4 Pin - Green - 20mm - Round Connector
  • - 4 Pin Green
  • 4 Pin,Green 20mm Dual
Brand: Elth
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2003 - Audi A4
Vemo
2003 Audi A4 Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Vemo - - 4 Pin Green

P311-02FDCE1    W0133-1623711  New

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  • 4 Pin - Green - 20mm - Round Connector
  • - 4 Pin Green
  • 4 Pin,Green 20mm Dual
Brand: Vemo
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2003 - Audi A4
Original Equipment
2000 Volkswagen Golf Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Original Equipment

P311-42BBB42    W0133-1623711  New

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Original Equipment Engine Coolant Temperature Sender
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 4 Pin - Green - 20mm - Round Connector
Brand: Original Equipment
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2000 - Volkswagen Golf
Elth
2000 Volkswagen Golf Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Elth - - 4 Pin Green

P311-1A6B10E    W0133-1623711  New

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Elth Engine Coolant Temperature Sender
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 4 Pin - Green - 20mm - Round Connector
  • - 4 Pin Green
Brand: Elth
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2000 - Volkswagen Golf
Vemo
2000 Volkswagen Golf Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Vemo - - 4 Pin Green

P311-02FDCE1    W0133-1623711  New

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  • 4 Pin - Green - 20mm - Round Connector
  • - 4 Pin Green
Brand: Vemo
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2000 - Volkswagen Golf
Original Equipment
2006 Volkswagen Golf Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Original Equipment

P311-42BBB42    W0133-1623711  New

Qty:
$18.04
Original Equipment Engine Coolant Temperature Sender
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Original Equipment
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2006 - Volkswagen Golf
Elth
2006 Volkswagen Golf Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Elth - - 4 Pin Green

P311-1A6B10E    W0133-1623711  New

Qty:
$14.38
Elth Engine Coolant Temperature Sender
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • - 4 Pin Green
Brand: Elth
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Vehicle
2006 - Volkswagen Golf
Vemo
2006 Volkswagen Golf Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Vemo - - 4 Pin Green

P311-02FDCE1    W0133-1623711  New

Qty:
$15.98
  • - 4 Pin Green
Brand: Vemo
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2006 - Volkswagen Golf
Original Equipment
2000 Audi TT Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Original Equipment

P311-42BBB42    W0133-1623711  New

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$18.04
Original Equipment Engine Coolant Temperature Sender
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Chas: 015 001-
Brand: Original Equipment
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2000 - Audi TT 015 001 and up
Elth
2000 Audi TT Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Elth - - 4 Pin Green

P311-1A6B10E    W0133-1623711  New

Qty:
$14.38
Elth Engine Coolant Temperature Sender
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Chas: 015 001-
  • - 4 Pin Green
Brand: Elth
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2000 - Audi TT 015 001 and up

Latest Coolant Temperature Sender Repair and Installation Advice

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97 grand prix 3800 v6 constant running temp at 240 degrees

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Question From bpahl1 on 97 grand prix 3800 v6 constant running temp at 240 degrees

I’ve been working on a friends 1997 grand prix with the 3800 v6 in it. After we have replaced the thermostat and the coolant temperature sender, while bleeding the air out of the system the temp of the car is getting up to around 240 degrees before the fans are kicking in and when they do kick in it is only dropping to around 230. To me this is definitely to hot for the motor to be running while just sitting at idle, but the fans are regularly kicking in at 240, I let them do 3 cycles and all three times they are kicking in at 240. I’m puzzled as to why they are doing this, from what I’ve been able to research they should be coming on right around 220 degrees. Do you possibly have any other ideas to throw out there that could be my problem with the car?

Response From Discretesignals

What are you using to monitor the engine temperature?

Response From bpahl1 Top Rated Answer

Just going off the temp gauge in the car, so I'm not sure yet if the gauge itself may be faulty. Just trying to get some other ideas of what else it could be if not the gauge

Response From Hammer Time

Don't trust that gauge at all. Just use a laser thermometer and a scanner.

The computer uses a different sensor.

Response From bpahl1

will be trying the scan tool, and laser thermometer this afternoon, hoping for just a faulty gauge.

Response From Hammer Time

I think I would question the accuracy of your temp readings. 240 degrees would almost always trigger a boil and yours didn't. I would use a laser thermometer at the thermostat housing and compare that with the scan tool data for the CTS and see how they compare.

engine shows its overheating and loss of power and chugging

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Question From ltw on engine shows its overheating and loss of power and chugging

Had my mechanic look at it did full tuneup wiring harness and new plugs oil etc. Also had a new thermostat installed and it is working, but truck reads cool on start up and runs great after ten minutes it reads its overheating and running very poorly chugging and loss of power. My mechanic seems to think its the engine sensor in the motor for temp screwing up the computer is telling the engine it is overheating and causing it to cut out and run poorly. Any ideas?

Response From Discretesignals

Would help to know what the year, make, model, and engine size of this thing is.

Is the radiator full of coolant? When the temperature gauge is reading high are both radiator hoses hot? Is the air blowing from the cooling fan hot? Using an inferred thermometer what is the temperature where the sending unit screws in. Gotta make sure this thing isn't overheating for real because if it gets hot enough, the engine will chugg, detonate, and shut down.

Response From ltw

Brand new coolant engine is getting cooled rad hose is cool then thermostat opens becomes warm engine does ping when cooling but my mechanic swears its not overheating.

Response From ltw

Ford f150 4.2 v6 2002

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Your mech needs to measure the temperature of the metal at the sending unit to confirm if the sender and/or gauge is actually correct. Verify there are no coolant leaks using a cooling system pressure tester. Verify there is no combustion gasses getting into the coolant system.

With the engine at operating temperature, both radiator and both heater hoses should be hot, not warm. Make sure the fan clutch is operating properly.

The 4.2L were notorious for leaking lower intake gaskets. When those gaskets leak, they can hydrolock the engine and break rods.

You want to make absolutely sure you don't actually have an overheating condition. If you are positive that you don't have an overheating condition, the mech should be able to tell if the engine coolant temperature sender isn't sending the correct signal by watching the ECT PID on the PCM datastream. Are there any diagnostic trouble codes?

Response From ltw

Yeah the codes read its overheating hes positive the engine is not overheating. If the sensor in the engine is screwed would it compensate the engine by trying to shut it down hence the chugging thats what he seems to think.

Response From Discretesignals

What was the trouble code number? There are two temperature sensors on this engine, so it is important your looking at the correct one.

If the cylinder head temperature sensor (CHT) detects an overheating condition, the PCM will go into temperature protection mode to cool the engine off. When it does this, the engine will run like a bag of crap because it is cutting out injectors to lower combustion temperatures.

The cylinder head temperature sensor actually measures the temperature of the metal of the cylinder head. The ECT measures the temperature of the coolant.

Response From ltw

yeah he told me there are two cam and block sensor he has ordered the block sensor hopefully thats it but it does run like a bag of crap once its overheating

Response From ltw

If this is the problem my mechanic told me it was safe to drive truck what do you suggest?

Response From MarineGrunt

He may very well be right, but if he hasn't taken the actual temperature with an infared thermometer like suggested, he really can't guarantee it and that could be one very expensive mistake. There's noway I would take that chance.

I have a 2002 Chevy Venture with a 3.4 which is also notorious for intake gasket failure. Mine started acting up pretty much like yours. The temperature guage said it was overheating. To be honest, the engine didn't seem all that hot. The radiator hoses were warm or somewhat cool to the touch. I figured it was the thermostat and continued driving it for a few days but would pull over and shut it down if the temp crept too high. I installed a new thermostat and was still having the same issue. Finally the intake blew a leak that I could see so I knew for sure what the problem was. If I would've been told the same thing and the intake wouldn't of blown, I may have ended up needing new heads and possibly a new engine. Instead, all it cost me was about $120 in parts including oil, filter and antifreeze. That beats the heck out of over $1000 and that's doing it myself.

I'm not saying you're having the same issue but it is something to think about and especially the money that could be involved if he is wrong.

over heating

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Question From lewis_1149 on over heating

i have a 1993 hyundai lantra GL 1.6 engine, its done about 220,000 k's.

when running the car, the temp gauge is at normal level, but after about a minute of running, the gauge very suddenly jumps to hot, right at the limit of the scale. turn off the car and leave the car for a couple of mins, and the temp gauge will be back to nomal, then after a few minutes jump right back up to hot.

this still happens when the engine is not running; if i just turn the ignition lights on but not turn the engine on, the temp gauge is at normal levell, and after a minute or so the gauge will go to hot!

im not sure what is happening, as the car is not overheating (i think), when the gauge is on hot, i can feel the engine itself is cold, i can take of the radiator cap and stick my finger in and the coolant is also cold, dispite wat the gauge says.

there is no smoke, or any liquids pissing out of anywhere that i can see.

there is plenty of engine oil, there is plenty of coolant, and the fan works and comes on.
someone suggested the thermistat and i have replaced this.

what do you suggest could be the problem? and how can it b fixed? could it be the Coolant Temperature Sender?

thanks in advance

lewis

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

lewis; From your symptoms, I would have to agree that it's either a guage or a sending unit problem. Your car will have two temp. sending units. One, for the computer, for fuel delivery (two wire) and one for actual engine temp for the guage (usually, single wire). Now, with that said, it is possible that the engine can be hot, but the radiator cold. If the thermostat is faulty, or installed incorrectly, can cause the overheating.