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I have actually a 2005 yukon xl 5.3L. The temp ~ above the dash reads normal however according to mine scan device the TOT temp is analysis at -40f. From what I read there space 2 sensors. I understand where the one for the temp gauge is on the driver;s side of the block close to the front. Go anyone recognize where the 2nd one is located? Thanks.
Usually one is through the upper radiator hose outlet on the engine, at the very least for many of the GM engines I"ve looked up details on. The is also possible that over there is one in a mirrored location from the driver side one on the pass side. On mine 5.7 over there is one close to the header on the driver side and one the pass side in around the same ar there is a blocked off port the would"ve been used for aux fan temp.
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I have actually a 2005 yukon xl 5.3L. The temp ~ above the dash reads normal yet according to mine scan tool the TOT temp is reading at -40f. Native what I review there room 2 sensors. I recognize where the one for the temp gauge is top top the driver;s next of the block near the front. Does anyone understand where the second one is located? Thanks.
the ECT is at the driver side alongside the #1 spark plug on the head . -40 deg f way the circuit is open
Pikey, try your scan device on another truck, the just can be out of calibration. An ohm meter top top the temp sensor is a sure thing.
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I have a 2005 yukon xl 5.3L. The temp on the dash reads normal but according to mine scan tool the TOT temp is reading at -40f. Native what I review there space 2 sensors. I recognize where the one for the temp gauge is on the driver;s next of the block near the front. Go anyone know where the 2nd one is located?Thanks.
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