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I am a Thermal Systems Research Engineer in the Vehicle Systems Analysis group at Ford Motor Company. I use Simulink and Dymola (Modelica) to model thermal systems in the context of full vehicle models. I specialize in exhaust waste heat recovery and other fuel economy improving technologies.


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comment Bad temperature gauge reading on '96 Ford F-150
Thanks. I think I remember replacing the temperature SENSOR when I had an OBD II code saying something about coolant temperature being way off, and that fixed it. That being the case, I'm pretty sure that means that, at least for my truck, the sender provides a temperature signal to the gauge and the sensor provides a temperature signal to the ECU.
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