Sunday, June 10, 2012

Driving Without Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor?

Please Dont Drive.
Yes it will cause no problem for few miles.But its Risky.

Its basically taking a risk to drive it because without the Sensor connected you don't have any way of knowing if the engine is overheating. This engine also has an electronically controlled fan clutch and needs input from that sensor to operate properly. Depending on how the sensor failed would determine if the clutch is going to be fully engaged all the time or never fully engaged which could cause overheating issues.

This details will help.
Thanks.


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