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Old 05-19-2002, 05:24 PM
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Where is the temperture sender location on my motor? My gauge isn't working and I'd like to find the sender but can't seem to locate it.
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What engine you got?
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Um, '84 300 with a carb
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The sender for the guage is on the passenger side of the head towards the rear, kind of a tricky place to get to. You may have another temperature sender near the thermostat housing if your truck has a computer; it doesn't affect the guage though.

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Ok thanks. That's what happens when you stretch out these things, I'm sure I forgot to hook it back up when I had the head off about a year ago, but I just now got it running again. I'll hunt around for it.
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I found it. Thanks, Can someone verify the correct wire for me. There is a wire in a plastic loom that is hooked into a bracket right behind the head. Is this the correct wire? I couldn't tell what color it was other than it was darak, it is cut off too so it has no end on it.
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That sounds like it, I seem to remember mine as a dark color. Haynes manual says it's red-white stripe.


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