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    confused Help with Temp Sender Sensor

    Hi, Can anyone tell me where the following items are on the engine. Need to check them as having intermittent revving problems.
    - Temp Sender Sensor Connector
    - Vacuum Pipe
    - Turbo Bost Pipe

    Cheers for help

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    which engine do you have

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    Good question, that info would of helped had i put it in description. Its the 1.9CDTi (150) on a 54 plate.

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    I told you were your temp sender was is your last thread mate,left hand side of engine on your thermostat housing

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    Turbo boost pipe, check all the hoses too and from the turbo
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    Sorry to sound thick but what does the thermostat housing look like?. Is it at the front or back of the left hand side of engine. There sems to be plugs all over the shop.

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    look between the engine and the battery box...there's an alloy casting on the side of the engine with coolant pipes going to it..on it is a (normally) green centred sender..that is the temp sender

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    Cheers GSI, found it. Was looking at Left hand side as told on previous thread. Disconnected it and cleaned it and its now giving me a reading but not going over 85. Possibly due to extreme cold weather at mo.

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    CDTi's take FOREVER to get warm...85degrees is low if it's on a run thou...let it sit and run and see if it gets hot enough for the fan to cut in..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kryton01 View Post
    Cheers GSI, found it. Was looking at Left hand side as told on previous thread. Disconnected it and cleaned it and its now giving me a reading but not going over 85. Possibly due to extreme cold weather at mo.
    Sorry kryton i was only quoting from the haynes manual it says in there left hand side on 19 diesel engines

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