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Thermostat Housing Temp Myth

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Thermostat Housing Temp Myth

Post #1 by 65coupei6 » Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:18 pm

While installing the FiTech. I was trying to figure out where to put the temp sender it needs. I figured I would mount it in the thermostat housing.
Everything I read said, do not put it there because it will not read correctly. blah blah blah. I did find one person on the VMF with a 289 who said he did not have a problem. So, I figured why not.

As you can see from the picture it reads about 5-6 degree's off from the temp sender in the head. So myth busted.

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