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sending unit for the water temperature #37538 Aug 20, 2:13am Aug 20, 2:13am
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sending unit for the water temperature
Does anyone know where the water temperature sending unit plugs into. I want to hook up a water temperature gauge.

Thanks, Crystal. confused confused confused

Re: sending unit for the water temperature [Re: crystalclear] #37539 Aug 20, 10:17am Aug 20, 10:17am
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does anyone know?

Re: sending unit for the water temperature [Re: crystalclear] #37540 Aug 20, 10:40am Aug 20, 10:40am
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in the engine bay, or behind the cluster? You may need to get a wiring diagram. Or I could just go look at my car to help you out. It will be on the block if that*helps any.

Re: sending unit for the water temperature [Re: crystalclear] #37541 Aug 20, 12:17pm Aug 20, 12:17pm
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Dan, I know it's on the engine block. I can't seem to find the location or where it's at on the block. As for a wiring diagram, I don't have one. Could you help me out on this by posting some info on where it is, color of wire, etc. I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks, Crystal

Re: sending unit for the water temperature [Re: crystalclear] #37542 Aug 20, 12:36pm Aug 20, 12:36pm
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Crystal whats up. I just went out and looked at my engine bay. Take off your valvle cover plastic. If you lok on the drivers side of the block, you will see where the radiator hose connects. Now if you look to the right of that (towards the firewall on the block) there is an electrical connector. If you pull back the black rubber around the wires, the wires are brown and green (2 wires). I believe that is it. Let me look for a wiring diagram so I can verify this, but according to my knowledge I am pretty sure thats it, unless someone can say other wise.

Dan

Re: sending unit for the water temperature [Re: crystalclear] #37543 Aug 20, 3:01pm Aug 20, 3:01pm
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let a mechanic look at it and he can tell you at toyota.


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