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Old 05-19-2017, 10:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Theirs nothing hooked up to this clip. It looks like a sending unit. It's above the green plastic conector.
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It's either the A/C temp sensor or the temp gauge sender, I can never remember which. Does your temp gauge work?
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Temperature switch for the air conditioning system. It (should) work a little differently than a sender or sensor. It shouldn't have an ohm range, it's either closed or open (above 235 degrees F).
Mine failed, so the wire is just grounded to the intake to let the AC work.
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The A/C temperature sensor is on the side of the thermostat housing, connected by the yellow/blue wire, next to your green plastic sensor (your coolant temp sensor). The one for the temperature gauge sender is in the front of the thermostat housing....
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That explains why it's not hooked up, no a/c haha. Thanks for the help.
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