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BigDaddyDrex1 05-25-2005 07:12 PM

Does anyone now if the sensor on the transaxle is the same as the coolant temp sensor
 
Im in the process of changing all my sensors as my car is 10 years old. My qustion is there is a sensor on the transaxle by the tranny filter. its not listed in the service manual nor any of my local autoparts stores. Im assuming that its the temp sensor for the transaxle in case in gets to hot. If that is the case does anyone know if its the same part# as the one located on the engine?




thank you
Big Daddy Drex1

sierrap615 05-26-2005 01:47 AM

Re: Does anyone now if the sensor on the transaxle is the same as the coolant temp sensor
 
it is the same part

wolfman 05-26-2005 08:30 PM

Re: Does anyone now if the sensor on the transaxle is the same as the coolant temp sensor
 
The ECT, IAT and TFT are all the same part.

(Engine Coolant Temperature)
(Intake Air Temperature)
(Transaxle Fluid Temperature)

Note: the TFT is also sometimes called the TTS or ATT sensor.

sierrap615 05-27-2005 12:06 AM

Re: Does anyone now if the sensor on the transaxle is the same as the coolant temp sensor
 
i have also heard TOT(trans oil temp)

BigDaddyDrex1 05-27-2005 03:29 PM

Re: Does anyone now if the sensor on the transaxle is the same as the coolant temp sensor
 
thanx for the help


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