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Old 09-27-2020, 03:24 PM   #1
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Coolant Volume level sensor

Winnie 37B with a 8.1 L engine. 2004 chassis/2005 Body, Found an unplugged wire in the engine compartment, "CLNT VOL LVL". Can't find a sensor on the expansion tank to plug it into, is there one on the radiator? Can't see one, but radiator was replaced last year, when engine overheated. tnx, Jim
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Winnie 37B with a 8.1 L engine. 2004 chassis/2005 Body, Found an unplugged wire in the engine compartment, "CLNT VOL LVL". Can't find a sensor on the expansion tank to plug it into, is there one on the radiator? Can't see one, but radiator was replaced last year, when engine overheated. tnx, Jim
That wiring harness plug was provided in case the coach builder wanted to include an optional level sensor in the overflow (plastic) bottle. Apparently, no coach builder ever added that option, because I've never seen one.
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