Location of temperature sending unit on a 94 RT/10

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  1. nickvargo213

    nickvargo213 Viper Owner

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    I have been looking all over this thing and cannot seem to find this sensor. My temperature gauge works intermittently and I'm thinking it is a broken wire on the harness to the sensor.
     
  2. MoparMap

    MoparMap VCA National President

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    If I remember correctly I thought it was buried under the exhaust manifold on the driver's side. I can't remember if it's toward the front or rear though.
     
  3. nickvargo213

    nickvargo213 Viper Owner

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    Thanks, I was afraid that's where it was. Not much is easy to get it on these.
     
  4. Dr. Pepper

    Dr. Pepper Enthusiast

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    I had to replace the sensor on my 94- call me and I'll tell you what I had to do 719-276-1818 Don
     
  5. viperman4125

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    That's funny! Mine just started to do the same thing.

    Where is it ??
    Indy-Steve and Jon B. need help here!
     
  6. Steve-Indy

    Steve-Indy VCA Venom Member - Great Lakes

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    There are two on the back near the T-stat...can't recall which is for gauge. I have a pic of a diagram on phone that I can send you via email.
     
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    viperman4125 Enthusiast

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    Hi Steve!

    Here is my email [email protected]

    Thanks
     
  8. Steve-Indy

    Steve-Indy VCA Venom Member - Great Lakes

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    Sent...along with a little insight from Tom Sessions.
     

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