Fans have been checked, Hoses and thermostat have been replaced, relay and fuses checked. Fans are not coming on. I see a sensor on the right sided where the transmission coolant hoses are located. I found the oil pressure/ temp sensor near the oil filter. I can see a sensor on the back side of the engine that would have to be pulled from underneath. Check Engine light came on a month or so ago. The weather may have been cold enough to keep the engine cool without running the fans. Any additional ideas?
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2001 Chrysler Town & Country Question: Where is the Coolant temp sensor located on the 3.8 liter V6?
Answer #1rpclements April 02, 2012, 14:25Journeyman
Most coolant temp sensors located on thermostat housing- usually at end of upper radiator hose.
ReplyRather work on tractors, April 02, 2012, 14:35Rookie
Thanks for the info. I replaced the themostat and did not see the sensor. There is a block on top of the housing where the plug wires run through. I se no wires that woulld kead to a sensor in or under the block. Could it be under the intake maifold where the injectors go into the heads?
Replyrpclements, April 02, 2012, 15:13Journeyman
Oh gosh not sure. I'd call your local Autozone and they have pretty good records on component location. Maybe even stop by a store cuz they maybe able to print you a little diagram.