*On a 1983-85 CFI Mustang the coolant temp sensor is located in the heater hose fitting on the intake
*On a 1986-95 EFI Mustang the coolant temp sensor is located in the metal heater tube
A fundamental part of regulating air/fuel ratio, ignition timing, and EGR flow. A malfunctoning Mustang coolant temperature sensor can provide false information to your Mustang's computer that could cause anything from erratic idle to catastrophic engine failure on your Mustang Engine!
Replace your Mustang coolant temperature sensor before you have to replace other things that are more expensive!
I purchased the ECT sensor because it was specifically for the 5.0. I got it with the intention to help my ignition timing, air/fuel ratio, and EGR flow. It was sucessful with the air/ fuel ratio and timing , but the EGR still has issues with the flow. For the price it's a great sensor to replace with ease if your mustang seems to be a little off of its game.
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This was my teenage dream car. I bought it as a daily driver to and from work but quickly got hooked on the project of making it an amazing ride. So far what I have done is an interior restoration, ad...