Originally Posted by Dblboinger
Joe...did you mean 9-10k ohms? That is what my sensor measures and I can se the value change if you submerge it in warm (reading decreases) or cold water (reading increases).
Dblboinger, You're correct, I guess I forgot to add the K ohms to the previous post. Your resistance readings in general are correct, the resistance should increase as the water temperature is cool, and decrease as the water temperature increases. Now you need to do the same test at the wire harness connector at the TH2 terminal on the CCU. (You may need to insert a metal paper clip, large needle or pin into the connector to test the readings at the harness connector. If you get the same results, this will tell you the sensor and wire harness are operating properly, and you will need the CCU
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