2006 Ford Explorer Q&A
2006 Ford Explorer Question: engine coolant temperature sensor
The engine coolant temperature sensor on your 2006 Ford Explorer is located in the thermostat housing which is toward the front of the engine where the upper radiator hose is connected. - Oakman
I had the code read and it says it has something to do with the engine not reaching the proper temp. Any idea why this is happening?
...he things I have replaced with OEM parts: 1) Thermostat 2) Thermostat housing and seal 3) Engine coolant temperature sensor on thermostat housing (this model only has 1 sensor on top) 4) heater hose Any ideas or su...
My heater will blow warm air then it will go cold and my temp gauge is also reading normal then it will drop to cold Just replaced the thermostat My top radiator hose is getting hot It has fluid
the fan keeps running the whole time I have the engine running. I have only left it running for 10 minutes i dont know if it stops after that.what could cause it.
Engine did overheat. Got cylinder heads done, new thermostat, radiator, clutch fan and rebuilt transmission. Also changed one of the sensors. The mechanic's auto scanner showed "cylinder bal"- he...