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Username Post: Water Temp Sensor Location        (Topic#352228)
BB Biscuit 
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BB Biscuit
Loc: Washington
Reg: 03-30-02
07-29-18 10:43 AM - Post#2741402    

Looking for a little input. I'm planning out the install of a new radiator with electric fans on my 73 RS. I am running a 355 with an Air Gap intake.The heads are old school 461s. The heater hose is connected on the pass side front and my temp gauge is connected to the drive side front of the intake. The Air Gap intake has fittings on all four corners that access the coolant. Thinking of using the pass side rear for my fan temp sensor. Any ideas on this? I just had another thought. Could I use the pass side rear for the heater hose and use the front for the fan?

71 monte carlo LS6,73 RS Z28,04 2500 ex cab 4X4,67 Nova,77 chev shorty van


 




raycow 
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Loc: San Francisco, CA
Reg: 11-26-02
08-03-18 08:50 AM - Post#2741853    
    In response to BB Biscuit

It would definitely be better to use the rear port for the heater and the front for the temp sensor.

Ray

Those who choose an automatic transmission want transportation. Those who choose a manual transmission want to drive.


 




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