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EOT Change

Has anyone ever seen this happen? My deltas were running ECT 190ish and my EOT 194ish. then a couple days ago EOT starts running 174ish, ECT is still 190ish. I'm monitoring with a Scangauge II
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Has anyone ever seen this happen? My deltas were running ECT 190ish and my EOT 194ish. then a couple days ago EOT starts running 174ish, ECT is still 190ish. I'm monitoring with a Scangauge II
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EOT sensor is probably junk.

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Where is the oil temp. sensor located ?
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Where is the oil temp. sensor located ?
It's screwed into the top of the oil cooler cover by the oil filter housing. I'll try to find you a pic.

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If you download this, it kinda shows where it is.
http://www.forddoctorsdts.com/articl...eTableBook.pdf

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Thank you for your time and assistance!!
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