i have put mine in the same location, What about the fan switch, where have you put it at?K20DC2R said:where have you guys put your temp sensor? anyone put theirs directly on the head? thanks in advance!
Yes and yes.drhonda said:Isn't it possible to use a d-series temp sensor? Anyone useing the inline temp sender/fan switch port thing?
Soon, very soon. Just waiting on one part.drhonda said:Thanks #2, thats what i'll be using. Did you get your car running yet? I gotta wait for all the damn snow to melt now. :x
that what i was thinkin of as well to do.supafly said:i ran mine using stock wiring and plug.. I also have mine on constant.
what did you have to do to put the temp sensor there? any fab work to it?supafly said:
use bseries ect sensor
So if you use this piece you just put it in line, befor the coolant gets to the radiator? Then you have to plug up the holes that everyone else is using?#2 said:Yes and yes.
You can use either B or D series temp sender/fan switch. My Hasport piece with sensors installed:
jon v said:So if you use this piece you just put it in line, befor the coolant gets to the radiator? Then you have to plug up the holes that everyone else is using?
hole in rad for sensor- if there is one...
nad the other sensor usually goes?
and with the hasprot piece you can use the older D or B series sensors?
I think I pretty much got it. Thanks#2 said:Yes, you install it inline on the upper radiator hose. If you are using a DC5/EP radiator you can get an automotive drain plug (12 x 1.25 thread pitch) for the sensor outlet in the radiator. If you decide to run the sensor in the DC5/EP radiator, i believe Hasport makes the billet adapters in 3 versions. Coolant temp sensor only, Fan switch only, and the dual sensor piece pictured.
The temp sensor on the K series is located on the head where Supafly has a B/D series sensor in his picture. It is not useable. Thus why you have to run a B/D series sensor.
I am using the stock sensors off my D15b8. So yes either B/D will work.
I will try to get some pics tonight to further explain what i'm talking about.