Coolant Temp Sensor Replacement

Started by demonic s12, 08:09:26 PM / 14-Sep-08

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demonic s12

heres an easier way to access the temp sensor.

simply trim the rear timing cover to ease access to the sensor


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frosti108

how about a shot thats further away so was can see where this spot is? lol
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demonic s12

Quote from: frosti108how about a shot thats further away so was can see where this spot is? lol

that gear to the right is the drivers side cam gear, the hose to the left is near the thermostat housing
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frosti108

sorry, thanks. how did u go about trimming it? i checked it out and i dont know what i would use for that lol
1988 nissan 200sx Se-v6. just a few tweaks, and a welded rear
http://www.youtube.com/user/frosti108

demonic s12

i used some tin snips, it wasnt easy, but really worth it
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Blutonka22

Just got this part.  I wanted to give everyone the part # because the first one I got was incorrect.

Nissan part # 22630-01P01  Sensor Head Temp

It is $35.12 list but I got mine for $25 cuz I have a hook up  

2toneSilvia

Good info. In process of replacing mine. Thanks!

Maxpow

Yeah my Vg30 on the drifter is the easiest car to work on ever. I can do timing belt changes on the fly! Shit is so cut up, I personally used a dremel, only part of the timing cover I have is for the cam marks, all the other shit you can figure out using the oil pump mark and crank pulley key. Once you have taken your vg apart 5 or more times you begin to give a fuck and just want it to be fast the next time.
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gregorio

Not that it matters, but over at the xenonz31.com website they are calling this sensor
CHTS - Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor
   
part number   22630-01P01

http://www.xenonz31.com/timingbelt.html