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Old 06-26-2012, 05:06 PM
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Barometric pressure sensor?

Where is this sensor located? anyone got a picture? do they go bad? I was just wondering because ive noticed sometimes on a hot restart I get glowplugs coming on? not a big deal i guess. more of a curiosity. would it throw a code? iguess if I had AE i could figure it out. but my laptop runs ubuntu linux. they should make it operating system independent. like have its own OS on the cd which could be bootable?
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Old 06-26-2012, 05:23 PM
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It's under the dash by the stearing column it looks like a relay plugged into some wires
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Old 06-26-2012, 05:46 PM
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Could be EOT sensor

Ohm the sensor when engine is cold
K Ohms__Volts____TempF___Temp C
826______4.75______-32______-36
785______4.75______-30______-34
575______4.73______-22______-30
525______4.72______-20______-29
365______4.68______-10______-23
300______4.65______-4_______-20
250______4.63______0________-18
192______4.6_______10_______-12
173______4.55______14_______-10
139______4.49______20_______-7
103______4.4_______30_______-1
98_______4.38______32_______0
64_______4.18______40_______4
59_______4.13______50_______10
43_______3.92______60_______16
37.3_____3.8_______68_______20
33.6_____3.73______70_______21
26.8_____3.53______80_______27
24.3_____3.44______86_______30
21.5_____3.32______90_______32
17.2_____3.08______100______38
16.1_____3.01______104______40
13.9_____2.84______110______43
11.2_____2.59______120______49
10.9_____2.56______122______50
9.34_____2.38______130______54
7.55_____2.11______140______60
6.28_____1.89______150______66
5.34_____1.72______158______70
5.32_____1.71______160______71
4.48_____1.52______170______77
3.84_____1.37______176______80
3.75_____1.35______180______82
3.17_____1.18______190______88
2.8______1.09______194______90
2.68_____1.04______200______93
2.2______0.88______210______99
2.08_____0.86______212______100
1.87_____0.78______220______104
1.56_____0.67______230______110
1.33_____0.59______240______116
1.19_____0.53______248______120
0.38_____0.17______CEL Below This
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Just ordered a new Low pressure oil sender. F6TZ-9278-AA. mines leaking and making a dirty mess of the HPOP res. I will let ya know on the BARO. i have the front diff leaking around a couple bolt heads to worry about. i had to drive over a curb to avoid killing an idiot who started to turn left in front of me then changed her stupid mind and stopped right in front of me. since then the front diffs been wet with gear oil.
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Gp's will always come on no matter what.
Just depnds on how long.
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Mine doesn't come on when up to temp.
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Mine doesn't come on when up to temp.
What is the cutoff temp ?
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Mine doesn't come on when up to temp.
Mine don't come on either when up to temp. I think I read when the motor is up to 160? Can't remember for sure the temp.
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I am having similar issues. I just tested the eot. motor cold (around 50 deg F) ohms 77.8, volts 4.76. It does not really match up to the chart so not sure what to make of the sensor. Any thoughts?
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What is the cutoff temp ?
About 135* F.
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