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Trouble Starting...How can ECT sensor fix this?
Posted 16 September 2003 - 05:53 PM
My question is for those who got a new ECT gauge, how can the coolant temperature sensor help during start-up, isn't the ECU not paying attention to sensors during start-up?
One other thing, those who did put in the new sensor, is it still working good?
Any reply would be appreciated
Posted 16 September 2003 - 09:47 PM
Coolant temp sensor is definitely an important sensor for start, and especially in the situation you described.
It's like 20 bucks at liberty subaru www.newsubaru.com
Posted 23 September 2003 - 10:16 AM
Originally posted by Impreza_WRX_STi
Did you try the Coolant temp sensor? That's what cause problems in one of my Subarus once. Also, does it smell like gas when you're having the trouble starting it?
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Posted 07 May 2005 - 09:43 AM
Any special advice? or is it basically remove and replace? I think the sensor is high enough that there shouldn't be any significant leakage once the sensor is off. Thanks.
No significant leakage. The only hassle is freeing the way to the sensor (vac hoses and wires to put aside) and disconnecting it before removing (do you pull or push on the connector's locking tab? I'm never sure which and have to fiddle for some time fearing I'll break something).
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