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Old 11-30-2016, 07:40 PM   #1
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HOLIDAY RAMBLER coolant sensor

My coach is a 1997 Holiday Rambler Imperial with a cummins 8.3 mechanical 330 horse with side radiator. The engine coolant gauge is not working. The gauge functions when I manually ground the sending terminal. Therefore the problem appears to be loss of continuity between the gauge and the sensor or bad sensor. However, I can't locate the sensor to finish troubleshooting. I have contacted Spartan and Cummins. Cummins said it should be located on the block by the oil cooler. However this opening has a hose fitting with heater hose attached. Does anyone have any ideas of where the sensor may be?
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Don't know if Cummins supports your year engine BUT

You could try to register with Cummins Quickserve,
https://quickserve.cummins.com/info/index.html

once registered you put you engine SN in. From there you can look for parts. In most cases the parts are shown on a drawing as to where they are located.

There is lots of info on the site, I down loaded a complete maintenance manual for my engine along with a bunch of various high failure parts pages.
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