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    Two Engine Overheat Warnings.

    Can someone tell me where the sensor is that monitors engine temp that causes this read out? The stupid engine is a 10 hour old remanned in a 2010rxtx 260.


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    Should be #40 in this picture - http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....HAUST-MANIFOLD


    You need a 19mm deep socket or open end wrench to remove it.

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    Thanks X! I'm hoping it may just be loose after the engine swap.

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    loose?? when it gives a overheating signal it is over heating.. not loose.. or swap for another one..

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    Hope your not cookin your new motor..

    Is over heating what killed the last motor??

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotxxxsd View Post
    Hope your not cookin your new motor..

    Is over heating what killed the last motor??
    cooking for sure!!

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    If the temp sensor in the head is loose all the antifreeze would leak out, it would overheat then. From what Ive read there are 3 temp sensors on these? Exhaust, Head, and intake manifold?

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    Lots of good input. No coolant has been lost and the res bottle is at the right level. The max heat I saw on my dash was 205 degrees. Anybody know if the sensor is a common problem? And thanks for telling me about a loose sensor leaking coolant. Now I don't have to take all the intake stuff out to check the sensor. It's tight in these 2010 RXTX's. My bud's 2012 RXT must be an easy boat to work on as the air intake is much different. Thanks Y'all!

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    All the shit on mine and no engine temp gauge. Why?

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    what warning are you getting?
    are you sure its not an exhaust HI temp? if that's the case that's a different issue..

    only asking because 205 on the gauges wouldn't cause an overheat alarm.. had mine up to 215 (head gasket was blown) with no alarm on engine temp ..

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