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Old 02-25-2011, 06:34 PM
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Do you have to drain the Hpop reservoir to change the EOT sensor? thanks
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I believe the sensor is right there on the top of the HPOP...No need to drain if it is..
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I think the one on top is a pressure sensor?? The one Im speaking of is at the bottom backside drivers side? I need to replace and think I read you have to drain reservoir. Maxx
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You don't have to drain it. Some oil may come out, but if you stuff a rag under the sensor you should be able to catch it. If oil does drain out, it's a good idea to top the reservoir back off after you install the new sensor.
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I think the one on top is a pressure sensor?? The one Im speaking of is at the bottom backside drivers side? I need to replace and think I read you have to drain reservoir. Maxx
You could be right, don't have my sensor chart handy but Chris got you covered..
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thanks! I wasn't sure if oil would just pour out once i pulled the sensor...MAXX
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I think the one on top is a pressure sensor?? The one Im speaking of is at the bottom backside drivers side? I need to replace and think I read you have to drain reservoir. Maxx
Cant find the "link", but i did downloadthe pic, but cant get it posted...anyway, the EOT is on back/driver side, at top, the EOP is on top of hpop, and the IPR is down bottom driver side on back of hpop...guess i cant post attachments..argh
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...guess i cant post attachments..argh
Create a gallery here and you can upload pictures to it. From there you can insert the pictures in a thread.
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