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Thread: Do you know much about the Ford i4 8 valve DOHC engine?

  1. #1 Do you know much about the Ford i4 8 valve DOHC engine? 
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    Fitted to many Sierras, both EFi an carburetter. Question...where in the block is the engine temperature sensor...or is elsewhere in the cooling system?
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  2. #2 Re: Do you know much about the Ford i4 8 valve DOHC engine? 
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    Early Cortina Pimto engine is front left between carb and fan, 2/3 way up the block. Screwed in.
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  3. #3 Re: Do you know much about the Ford i4 8 valve DOHC engine? 
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    Look on the bottom side of the back of the thermostat housing, a bit awkward to get to. If two sensors present the other is a separate one for the fan.

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    Can't remeber as such but Haynes says "On DOHC
    models, the sender is located at the front of
    the inlet manifold (see illustration)."
    temp sender.jpg
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