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    Can anyone tell me where are all the temp. sensors located in the TFSI engine/ Audis3 8p 2007. Is there something on the web that i havent found. I replaced the coolant temp. sensor next to the battery. Is there any others?
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    whats the fault ?

    You may have a fuel temp sender, its the same as the coolant one; fluid is fluid


    Usually all cars have 2 coolant sensors. One at the thermostat for dashboard/ ecu and the other at or near the radiator for the cooling fan to come on
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    Quote Originally Posted by niall campbell View Post
    whats the fault ?

    You may have a fuel temp sender, its the same as the coolant one; fluid is fluid


    Usually all cars have 2 coolant sensors. One at the thermostat for dashboard/ ecu and the other at or near the radiator for the cooling fan to come on

    Both fans are coming on and at full speed for a about 5 minutes after engine is turned off.
    If engine doesnt reach running temps. they wont come on, but any other time they come on no matter how hot or cool the day is.
    Ive replaced the coolant temp. sensor next to the battery.
     
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    the fans have a capacitor on them that are prone to go

    I don't know if vcds can read the temp of the fans or not ?
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    Is this the module in the center of the main fan?
     
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