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temp gauge issues

Postby ccookie66 [OP] » August 7th 2012, 4:39pm

I just replaced my coolant temp sensor for the gauge. Now when the engine is running, the needle slowly creeps up to H in a matter of seconds. Then it just sits there on H. Why is it doing this? I'm sure the engine is really that hot.
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Re: temp gauge issues

Postby ccookie66 [OP] » August 7th 2012, 6:12pm

Wait, is there suppose to be two wires coming from that sensor? Right now, the new one has the same connector as the coolant temp sensor for the computer. There is a yellow wire and a black wire coming from the new sensor. But then there is only one green wire which was hooked to the old sensor. So I connected the green wire to the yellow, then the black one to the body, the gauge slowly goes up to H when the key is turned to ON. :shrug: I don't know now where to start. I guess my van is running hot....I hope I don't need to get a new thermostat. :banghead:
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Postby chevymaherchevymaher is online! » August 7th 2012, 7:37pm

It should only have one wire.
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Re: temp gauge issues

Postby ccookie66 [OP] » August 7th 2012, 8:35pm

Oh. It has two. I just connected the black ground to the body and left it that way. Now when I start it, it shows the right temp, then it just goes up to H in a few seconds. .
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Re: temp gauge issues

Postby ccookie66 [OP] » August 7th 2012, 9:47pm

Its messed up again, back at C. I'm just going to leave it. I can never get the right one. All the ones I ever get have two wires. I drove it for like 5 years without it working, nothing happened. So I just left it alone. Why do they keep giving me the wrong one? NAPA said it has two wires, and Advanced gave me one with two wires. What gives? I know it has one wire, I have seen it. All there is is one wire. How can there be two? :shrug:
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Re: temp gauge issues

Postby 94 Van Guy » August 7th 2012, 10:28pm

chevymaher wrote:It should only have one wire.

What Randy said.

Are you sure they aren't getting mixed up with the one for the computer?
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Re: temp gauge issues

Postby ccookie66 [OP] » August 7th 2012, 10:36pm

I told them! I said, "There are two, one for the computer, and one for the gauge, I want the one for the gauge" they said yup and got the wrong one! :banghead: I wounder if I can find one online, like ebay.
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Re: temp gauge issues

Postby 94 Van Guy » August 7th 2012, 10:44pm

Rock auto does have them but just try to find them...

Read on!

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Re: temp gauge issues

Postby ccookie66 [OP] » August 7th 2012, 10:54pm

But look, it has two little prongs inside it. Doesn't it only need one? One for the one wire? http://www.rockauto.com/getimage/getima ... &width=450

This is the one you where talking about? http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/moreinfo.php?pk=1111888
If so, than that is the same exact one I have.
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Re: temp gauge issues

Postby 94 Van Guy » August 7th 2012, 11:02pm

I have been looking and your correct.
I am going to edit my previous post.

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Re: temp gauge issues

Postby ccookie66 [OP] » August 7th 2012, 11:11pm

This is the connector http://www.napaonline.com/Catalog/Catal ... 0210013741 I have connected to this sensor http://www.napaonline.com/Catalog/Catal ... 0348773557. I have that yellow wire connected to the only wire I can find, which is green. I then have the black wire connected to the body, grounded.
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Re: temp gauge issues

Postby chevymaherchevymaher is online! » August 7th 2012, 11:31pm

This is what the sensor looks like. The plug and sensor your showing are for the computer. This is in my extra set of heads. Same as my 90 had. Same as my 94 has. I will go look at advance and see if I can get a part number after this post.

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Re: temp gauge issues

Postby 94 Van Guy » August 7th 2012, 11:45pm

found this one.

Seems it is called a Engine temp sensor.

http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/detai ... S253T.html
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Postby 94 Van Guy » August 7th 2012, 11:59pm

Coolant Temperature Switch,GM 08993146
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Re: temp gauge issues

Postby ccookie66 [OP] » August 8th 2012, 2:10am

94 Van Guy wrote:found this one.

Seems it is called a Engine temp sensor.

http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/detai ... S253T.html

This is the one that will work. Now all I need is the connector. All there is is a wire dangling there. :ty:
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Postby ccookie66 [OP] » August 8th 2012, 2:12am

Freakin Advanced Auto parts, they won't take back the sensor! They gave me the wrong one, and the least they can do is take it back and give my money back...but no. They said it was for the gauge, and its not! Its for the computer! :banghead:
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Postby chevymaherchevymaher is online! » August 8th 2012, 2:19am

ccookie66 wrote:This is the one that will work. Now all I need is the connector. All there is is a wire dangling there. :ty:


This is a old school gauge and sender. It don't have to be anything fancy installed on the 3rd equinox of a blue moon, with dielectric grease in a counter-clockwise fashion. It just got to touch and it works. No new and improved computer involved with its sensitive electronics.

Radio shack my boy. Sells spade connectors. Stick the wire in squeeze it. Plug it in. Probably cost you all of 30-50 cents.

Go online file a complaint with the better business bereau they will take it back. It was there fault.
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Postby ccookie66 [OP] » August 8th 2012, 2:23am

But there are two prongs in there, a smaller one and a normal one. What do they do? Which do I hook the wire to?
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Postby chevymaherchevymaher is online! » August 8th 2012, 2:30am

ccookie66 wrote:But there are two prongs in there, a smaller one and a normal one. What do they do? Which do I hook the wire to?


Wow I thought this was settled. Get the right sending unit. That is the wrong one. ONE WIRE SENDER.
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Postby ccookie66 [OP] » August 8th 2012, 2:33am

No, see look! It has a tiny one too. What is that for? There is a big prong, and a tiny one. http://images.apwcontent.com/is/image/A ... W_imgProd$
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