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    Hi-temp issue

    Guys,

    first post here, all forums have been helpfull untill i got stuck with this issue.
    its a GTX 04 and it started with a HI-TEMP error on the gauge.
    Simple enough i got a new ext temp sensor, but still same thing.
    after forums and all bs, i found out that the HI-TEMP sign on the dash goes away if the sensor is unplugged. WTF? i kind of have the feeling we are dealing with a short maybe in the wires, but a litlle help would greatly be appreciated.


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    West Texas RXP skoepp's Avatar
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    Welcome!

    You getting any code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    Welcome!

    You getting any code?
    NO CODES!!
    and it runs on the garden hose like it supposed to without the sensor
    if i would plug in the sensor, displays HI-TEMP and beeps like hell.

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    It should throw a code with sensor disconnected.

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    Welcome to the Hulk.

    Maybe your exhaust cooling is plugged and the sensor is doing its job.

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    this is also with a cold engine, with key in engine off it will immedialy display HI-TEMP, if plug is removed engine runs perfect..

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    Strange.. Ohm out the wires.

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    BTW, thanks for the attention guys.

    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Strange.. Ohm out the wires.
    wires/ checked,
    a diagram would be perfect (hint) but i think it has something to do also with the temp sensor on the intake.
    if i would measure the pins from the exh temp sensor, i get these ending up at the ecm plug, but the one from the temp sensor on the intake, only one pin seems to go to the ecm.

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