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Old 02-04-2014, 03:37 PM
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Originally Posted by BillGrissom View Post
I stand corrected, "switch" is a better term than "sensor" for the "Aux Fan control component on the AC filter/drier".
Let me correct you for clarity, "Those are switches" should be "that one alone is a switch".
For clarity, the switch in the thermostat housing is also a switch.

"Those" was the proper term.

Originally Posted by BillGrissom View Post
To add to the confusion, some engines have other coolant temp sensors for the "glow plugs hot enough lamp" (~83+) and the "hot enough to run cabin blower" function. The former is on the L side head, fwd and the later (sic) in the thermostat housing.
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