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Old 12-31-2005, 22:01   #1 (permalink)
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Location of External Temp. Sensor??

1997 Mercury Mountaineer aka Explorer. The overhead display that gives the
external temperature varies from 108-104 degrees F. I'm guessing the sensor
is bad? Where is the sensor located or possible wire colors? Does this
sound like a problem from just a bad sensor or maybe the sensor got loose
and is resting up next to the engine?

Thanks
WT


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Old 01-01-2006, 11:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Location of External Temp. Sensor??

iirc, next to left headlight ,behind grill, under "flap"

Looks like a big "bolt" on a bracket with a connector on 1 side and pointy
thingy other side :-)


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> 1997 Mercury Mountaineer aka Explorer. The overhead display that gives

the
> external temperature varies from 108-104 degrees F. I'm guessing the

sensor
> is bad? Where is the sensor located or possible wire colors? Does this
> sound like a problem from just a bad sensor or maybe the sensor got loose
> and is resting up next to the engine?
>
> Thanks
> WT
>
>



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