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    Tempurature sender Ohms ?

    Anyone know what the resistance of the TR6 coolant tempurature sender? I ran across some article that said it was 10-180 ohms, when I tested my sender it measured around 115, which I thought was odd because it was at room temp (64 Degrees).

    I have a little project going and want to use a Smiths gauge on something that doesn't have the same thread and size as a TR6. So I need to match the resistance just in a different sender size.

    Thanks for any help.

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    Re: Tempurature sender Ohms ?

    Do a search on posting I have made to this forum for that. I did a controlled lab test of mine (in the kitchen on the stove while my wife was out of the house). The results of this test I have posted on here in the past. I am at work now and don't have access to the results but you can find them here with that serach.
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    Re: Tempurature sender Ohms ?

    Thanks, that confirms my test this morning as well.

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