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    750slt sensor location

    When I bought this boat this sensor was just floating around engine bay, Ive looked through my service manual 3 times now, no luck. The sensor has one tan wire running back to e-box. My question is Im having a hard time figuring out where this sensor screws in at. The only place I could find this part was the e-box diagram & it doesnt help
    Thanks Brian OOPS! 94 SLT 750 fUJI
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    What is screwed into the water manifold bar, lower left corner of the first picture?

    The temp sensor normally screws into one of the two threaded fittings in the water manifold. In your photo, one fitting has the reverse flush adapter. What is installed in the other fitting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    What is screwed into the water manifold bar, lower left corner of the first picture?

    The temp sensor normally screws into one of the two threaded fittings in the water manifold. In your photo, one fitting has the reverse flush adapter. What is installed in the other fitting?
    A sensor, I didnt establish the wire color coming out of that sensor. Tomorrow I will & post the results.
    Brian

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    It mounts to the flange on the pipe near the stinger
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    Quote Originally Posted by thester71 View Post
    It mounts to the flange on the pipe near the stinger
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    Thanks Tim, This thing has been really driving me.Ive gone over the engine I dont know how many times, gone through service manual,nothing I never thought to look at pipe which is still in parts box.
    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by thester71 View Post
    It mounts to the flange on the pipe near the stinger
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    Can you tell I don't work on the blue Fuji engines that much?

    Item 2 in first diagram is 4110174 SWITCH, TEMP.

    Item 3 in the 3rd diagram is 2410019 SENSOR, TEMP.(105C)

    Are there really TWO temp sensors on the 1994 SLT 750 engine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Can you tell I don't work on the blue Fuji engines that much?

    Item 2 in first diagram is 4110174 SWITCH, TEMP.

    Item 3 in the 3rd diagram is 2410019 SENSOR, TEMP.(105C)

    Are there really TWO temp sensors on the 1994 SLT 750 engine?

    My 94 slt and my 94 sl have both, my 95 sl has just the one on the water rail.

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    Arrow Two overheat temperature warning sensors on 1994 750 Fuji SL & SLT engines

    Quote Originally Posted by thester71 View Post
    My 94 slt and my 94 sl have both, my 95 sl has just the one on the water rail.
    Interesting

    Only one temp sensor is shown on the 1994 SLT 750 and SL 750 wiring diagrams.

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    sensor

    I just went out and took a couple photos of pipe & there is no location to install the sensor on pipe or exhaust mani. What the!! This boat has been fun & challenging ,today & yesterday were challenging
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    It's screws into the hole just above the outlet on the square tab

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