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Old 11-25-2017, 11:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi gang ( and especially Darrell)
What is this sensor that has the Black connector with the Yellow wire ?
The Green connector is the Air Charge Sensor and hidden under the Blue hose is the Temperature Gauge sensor.
I have a 1990 Sammi with EFI and the wiring says that sensor wire is connected to the ECU. I need a part number for that sensor. (I'm sure it is OK, but may want to replace it at a later date.)
I hope the picture helps.

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Wiring diagram shows it as yellow with white tracker. This is the temperature sensor for the dash gauge. Parts diagram/listing number 18, I would double check with your VIN if you did order one.

https://www.catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki...05MTY4Nw%3D%3D
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Does the one behind the hose have 2 wires. This would be the temperature sender for the ECU.
Are there 2 sensors hiding behind that hose and has yours had AC fitted. If it has that sensor could be the temperature sensor for that.

Edit: Sometimes I can be a bit thick , I can clearly see the AC pipes.
I believe the green connector in your fist post is the water temp sensor for the ECU, hopefully to the left of it is another black one that is the air temp sensor for the ECU.
The one under the thermostat housing will be the temp gauge sensor and the sensor in question will be water temp for the AC control.

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Just to be awkward there are 2 sensors listed depending on gas installed. Hopefully the installers placed a sticker to say which it has.

https://www.catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki...Q9PTQ3MQ%3D%3D
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Thanks again Darrell.
It is the A/C sensor. They list the part number for R-12 as ***60A40 and the R134a as ***60A50.
The Suzuki people say that there is only the 60A50 unit and it works for both Freon systems.
Thanks Darrell for all your help.

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