News Feed (View All Updates)
hardy1812 has posted in Brake grease in Suspension / Wheels / Brakes / Steering (Mk3 Mondeo).
Yesterday, 07:54 PM
Engine coolant temperature sensor - air conditioning (ECT sensor)
Posted 01 February 2011 - 04:02 PM
Where it is physically located in the car?
How to find it in the car to replace it?
I spent the diagnosis in my car:
Start the vehicle and allow it to idle, change the temperature to "21*c" (Note: If coming from "HI" then you must wait 30 seconds before continuing). Set the blower control to "AUTO" and the directional controller to "Windscreen". Now press the A/C button and red "Temperature increase" button at the same time, release and immediately press the blue "Temperature decrease" button. At this point the SATC panel will enter OBD and the display will change to a garbled but constantly changing pattern to indicate that test results are being generated. The tests will take between 20 seconds and 3 minutes during which time you shouldn't press anything. When it completes the display with change to show flashing error codes found, "88" indicates that no fault was found with the system. If more then one error code is found the display will flash them in series.
Result of diagnostic error 71: High resistance in engine coolant temperature pickup circuit (air conditioning)
Where to look for this sensor in my car? It seems to me that a bad contact in the connector.
If possible give a photo installation location of this sensor in the car. e-mail: [email protected]
Sorry for my english, I'm from Russia.
My car: Ford Mondeo II. 1998. Automatic Transmission, Duratec 2.5
Posted 02 February 2011 - 10:44 PM
|.......Mk1 2.0 Zetec Turbo...... ||'|";,___.
Posted 03 February 2011 - 04:01 PM
Posted 17 September 2011 - 01:33 AM
It's not there. I totally watched from the thermostat to a partition of motor shield. Maybe somewhere in the car to look for?
I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM IN MY MK3 MONDEO IN SAUDI ARABIA .I FOUND THIS FROM FORD ENGINE ASSEMBLY MANUAL .PLEASE SEE ATTACHED PIC