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Old 12-04-2008, 11:29   #1 (permalink)
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Ford fiesta 1998 1.25 zetec sendor/sensor fault??

Good afternoon all,
I have a problem with my fiesta in that the coolant gauge is constantly stuck on HIGH. even when i turn the car off the gauge still reads high.
I am confident that the fan and cooling system works fine, as have driven it far with the needle stuck on Max temperature for a while now..

Ford told me to buy a sensor switch from them which i did and have replaced that and it has made no diffrence at all.

I noticed that when the sensor switch was out of the engine, the gauge was still on max level (high) is this normal?

does anybody have any ideas? please note im a relative novice at diy!

Best regards,
James
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