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Old 04-09-2013, 09:58 AM
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Bad EOT Sensor?

I got a scan gauge a few weeks ago and seen that running empty at 65, my eot is 245* while my ect is where is should be at 191*. But something I just thought of is after the truck sits overnight, the eot is still very high for sitting. It's 75* right now outside and the truck hasn't been started since yesterday. The ect is 71*, the trans temp is 71*, but the eot is 110*. Does that sound right or is something wrong?
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try swapn the two
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They should read fairly close if it sat long enough.

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