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Old 10-24-2012, 03:41 PM   #1
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Cooling system connector??

Hello, About a mounth a go I crashed my Focus 2002 1.8 TDCI, Today I asembled cooling radiator with fans, and there is one connector that i couldnt find place for it, and now my focus is overheating, there is it 3 pin connector next to 2 pin connector from intercooler. Whereee to put it . If there is some pictures?

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Thanks for picture, but I think that this connector is not ment to connect on cooling radiator (fans), I dont have connector on radiator for this :(
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The 2 pin, looks like it could be an air temp sensor?
The 3 pin, boost pressure or?

I've never seen a diesel in person and I can't find good pictures. So I'm not much help. Sorry.
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I find out where that 3 pin jack has to be, on alternator, but that part of alternator is broken, now I have to fugere out why is engine overheating. Thanks.
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Old 10-26-2012, 12:10 AM   #6
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Temperature sensor has a connector on it already? Those two connectors don't look big enough to carry major current for fans.
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Did you find out where the smaller one went ????
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I bet that 2 pin goes to the impact/air bag sensor which should be on the radiator support in front of the radiator. You will want to test it first to be sure it is not going to trip the bag again if you have a new bag installed. Bags are expensive! If you have any questions, I highly suggest getting a new one.
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OH, it looks like a little black box. Remove the cover around the hood latch, and look down, you should see it on the radiator support in front of the condenser if you have AC.
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What cover any pictures ??
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