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Old 05-11-2011, 07:24 PM
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ect sensor location

Hey guys got a couple quick questions.

This truck is a 1990 f250, it has the 5.8 with the m5od 5 speed.

Where is the coolant temp sensor located on this truck? The gauge is dead in the cluster. Is this a common problem or is it more likely for the gauge to be bad?

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I would guess gauge, but the ect should be in the intake manifold up close to the radiator hose.
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The ECT is close to the rad hose but that's not what drives the dash gauge.. it has a seperate single wire sensor that sits right in front of #5 injector on the lower intake.
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