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  1. I need advice on why water temp gauge and oil temp gauge on 2000 Detroit in 2000 Pete 379 are both stuck at 150 degrees. I can remove all wires from gauge and temp needle does not return to 100 degrees. Thank you for any advice. Zircon
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  3. When some gauges are not working they return to their neutral position which I'm guessing is 150 in your case.

    I use to fly a 1962 Piper Cherokee. Both tanks were reading 1/2 full. I ran out of fuel in flight. I was at 9,000 feet and a small airport was close by so it was not a problem. When the gauges were checked out the ground wire had fallen off so they returned to their neutral position and showed 1/2 full.
  4. When some gauges are not working they return to their neutral position which I'm guessing is 150 in your case.

    I use to fly a 1962 Piper Cherokee. Both tanks were reading 1/2 full. I ran out of fuel in flight. I was at 9,000 feet and a small airport was close by so it was not a problem. When the gauges were checked out the ground wire had fallen off so they returned to their neutral position and showed 1/2 full.
    Iam no pilot but been around planes and heard more than once you don't go by a gauge-you manually check before flight.
  5. Iam no pilot but been around planes and heard more than once you don't go by a gauge-you manually check before flight.
    Lol....Yup. I actually did check but only one wing. My fuel selector was on the other wing and that's the one the ground fell off. I did go through the emergency procedure and pulled carb heat, switched tanks, established max glide and looked for a place to land. The engine did fire back up but I was too wigged out and landed. Mechanic found the problem in 5 minutes. Same procedure used to test a trucks fuel tank sensor.
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    NE part of SW Iowa

    I bet your 1994 Pete actually has a 3406C model, in it.

    I believe both your 3406, in the 1994 truck and your 3406E use 190 degree thermostats = that is the "opening temp" where the T-stat starts to just open a little bit to begin the flow to the radiator (Note: Spec for those 190F T-stat is:  at 206F they should be fully open, at 3/8" width or greater. = meaning 100% of coolant should be forced towards radiator)

    In the past, it was common for old PACCAR temp senders, in the cylinder head, to read roughly 10-20 degrees LOW, thus when you did install a new temp sender (in cylinder head) then the temp reading, in the cab, actually came back up close to "true temperature".

     

    Honestly, your 3406E model should be running around 192-200F, with a moderate load on a flat road. {If it only runs a true 180F, then something isn't quite "perfect" with that truck, too.}

     

    Pulling a full load, up a steep grade, they both will probably go to 205-210/212F, until fan kicks on. (Note: Depending on software, a 3406E, may not kick on fan until 217F)

     

    About your "idiot light" for water temp, those aren't always perfect either and/or maybe you have the wrong "temp rating" installed for that unit. (Note: A very early serial number, of a 3406B model, uses a different setting, then later 3406B models, and also the 3406C model) So, for example, somebody "thinks" they have a 3406B and installs a idiot light sender, BUT in reality, they have a 3406C model, then that part would be wrong, and cause the idiot light to come on, too soon. {note: Early 3406B models, only used a 180F T-stat, thus it alters what the OEM sender, for the idiot light temp, should trigger the light = this sometimes depends on the truck manufacturer, if they are different}

    I've seen idiot lights get triggered at 210, 215, 220, 225 before.(different sending units)



    Edited by 4WD 8/25/2014 18:47


    NE part of SW Iowa

    If it is a 3406C model, your serial number starts with "3ZJ" ; around the years 1993 and 1994.

    If you had a PEEC model (with computer) then it would start with "4CK".

     

    You may still have a engine sticker, on valve cover, or the intake manifold, or on oil cooler, or behind oil cooler(on the engine block itself). Even the EPA emission sticker should have the serial number on it.

     

    Any temp between 190 - 205F, I'm not too worried about. Summertime, I'd expect running 192 up to 205/210 range, then fan would probably kick on, and hopefully begin down temp until fan shuts off at around 196-198F range.

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    1. i have a 92 Peterbilt 377. It has a 12.7 Detroit in it. I have two gauges not working like they should. Water temp and oil temp. My main focus right now is on the water temp. I’ve been researching other forums hoping to give me some guidance. Hoping for any extra.

      Here is what I know:

      My fan will only come on in manual mode. I was curious as to if the gauge had something to do with that.

      I have three different coolant sensors that I know of. I know one is for my fan control, one is for my temp gauge itself and I was wondering what the third was for. The third is on the right hand side of engine beside the sensor for the gauge. It’s closest to the firewall

      Any help or guidance is much appreciated
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    3. Those older trucks aren't multiplexed to the degree they are today. More than likely the 3rd temp sensor is for the engine ECM.

      I'd look at fixing your gauge first. Your fan may be fine but you just aren't getting the engine hot enough for it to kick in. At least if the gauge works you can ballpark the coolant temperature to see if its actually hot enough to get the fan to kick in.

      Did both gauges fail at the same time? If so I'd check things that are common to both gauges such as supply voltage to the gauge in the dash.
    4. Those older trucks aren't multiplexed to the degree they are today. More than likely the 3rd temp sensor is for the engine ECM.

      I'd look at fixing your gauge first. Your fan may be fine but you just aren't getting the engine hot enough for it to kick in. At least if the gauge works you can ballpark the coolant temperature to see if its actually hot enough to get the fan to kick in.

      Did both gauges fail at the same time? If so I'd check things that are common to both gauges such as supply voltage to the gauge in the dash.
      I’m not sure honestly. I’ve just bought this truck and kinda learning as I go. I do have voltage at the back of gauges though.
    5. Easy to test on our old engines. Pull the sensor and put a 10 dollar heat gun on the sensor. They get up to almost 600 degrees. Unfortunately for the oil sensor you have to weight till next oil change. I bought a new oil temp sensor regardless and hooked the wires up to it before I changed the oil. Low and behold with the heat gun, the temp gauge in dash went up pretty quick. So there you have it. Coolant temp sensor you can probably pull and not lose coolant. Or just plug the hole and test. Test the sensor in the thermostat housing
    6. Easy to test on our old engines. Pull the sensor and put a 10 dollar heat gun on the sensor. They get up to almost 600 degrees. Unfortunately for the oil sensor you have to weight till next oil change. I bought a new oil temp sensor regardless and hooked the wires up to it before I changed the oil. Low and behold with the heat gun, the temp gauge in dash went up pretty quick. So there you have it. Coolant temp sensor you can probably pull and not lose coolant. Or just plug the hole and test. Test the sensor in the thermostat housing
      I am sorry if this comes off as a stupid question but I just want to make sure I am understanding you? Can I apply heat with the gun while sensor is still in housing? Just apply head to the tip of it? If I do have to pull it how do you recommend plugging the hole?
    7. I am sorry if this comes off as a stupid question but I just want to make sure I am understanding you? Can I apply heat with the gun while sensor is still in housing? Just apply head to the tip of it? If I do have to pull it how do you recommend plugging the hole?
      Not stupid. Yeah you gonna have to pull sensor. Shouldn’t be any pressure on cold engine. Just plug hole with shop towel twined up to size of hole. A little may weep out but it’s only gonna take you less than one minute with the key on to see if your gauge registers the heat
    8. If you just have a single wire going to a temp sensor, which I think most do, take the wire off the sensor and with the wire disconnected your gauge should be all the way down. Then ground the wire and it should go all the way up. If not you have a wire or gauge problem. Someone correct me if I'm wrong
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