North American Turbocoupe Organization



What is the sensor directly behind the intercooler?
MartyPA Offline
Senior Member
#1
I noticed that mine is cracked-the part that looks like (porcelin)!!!anyway.
1988 TurboCoupe Automatic Black-Maroon Cloth interior--
No mods yet but someday when everything else is right.
Reply

Kev Offline
Posting Freak
#2
Uh oh, oxygen sensor.
Kev
1988 TC 5spd
Reply

MartyPA Offline
Senior Member
#3
No not the o2--thats off to the left-on the ddown pipe--I already did that 1.--this one is right behind the intercooler and down a few inches(alm ost dead center to the back of it).To replace it (whatever it is it looks like you must remove the
I -cooler.Is it a sensor?It has a white porcelin look to it on part of it and has 2 wires hooked to a connecter to it.
1988 TurboCoupe Automatic Black-Maroon Cloth interior--
No mods yet but someday when everything else is right.
Reply

bigred Offline
Member
#4
If its in a heater hose its the temp sensor for climate control

------------------
1988 TC T-5 swap,New Head,Wiseco .030 pistons ,5.5 Crower rods ,balanced ,GN intercooler,T-3 .60
Ranger Roller Cam,New brown tops.
New 3"cat and 2.5 duals.
1989 Mustang 2.3na
5-speed. stock
1967 F-100 Ranger short bed 352/2 barrel
1969 Pontiac LeMans
1988 E-350 Cargo van 351/C6
1970 Mustang fastback
project for future
1988 TC T-5 swap,New Head,Wiseco .030 pistons ,5.5 Crower rods ,balanced ,24x12x3 intercooler,T-3 .60
Ranger Roller Cam,New brown tops.
New 3"cat and 3"single SS exhaust
Reply

MartyPA Offline
Senior Member
#5
Anyone else know by chance?Thanks!
1988 TurboCoupe Automatic Black-Maroon Cloth interior--
No mods yet but someday when everything else is right.
Reply

JT Offline
Posting Freak
#6
Do you have the electric climate control? Is this sensor inline with a rubber heater hose that goes into the firewall?

If you answer yes to both the questions above, bigred would be correct. The sensor is used to tell the climate control head the temperature of the engine coolant for heating. This feature prevents cold air from being blowing out of the system while the engine warms up enough to produce heat.

[This message has been edited by JT (edited 09-06-2004).]
Reply





Users browsing this thread:
1 Guest(s)



Theme © iAndrew 2018 - Software MyBB