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anybody have an Ohms vs Temp table for a GM Coolant Temp Sensor -40*F to +284*F

 
Old 01-25-2012, 12:25 PM
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Default anybody have an Ohms vs Temp table for a GM Coolant Temp Sensor -40*F to +284*F

Just looking for a table to be able to put in a custom application...
need Ohm values from -40*F to 284*F

Thanks if you can provide me with these values

looking for atleast 16 points fairly evenly spaced, prefer more if you have them.
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This is from a 2005 Chevy Silverado, is the one you need?
Coolant temperature sensors have different ohm values, depending which year they are from.

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thanks.. I'll give it a shot later when I get a chance...
Its the same sensor in all the LS vehicles...or so I was originally told....
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