Temperature sensor wiring connector

Mark B

n00b
Sep 13, 2020
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I'm looking for the l wiring pigtail connector for the Temperature Sensor on the Thermostat housing on a 1984 Monte Carlo SS 305 4Bbl
 

airboatgreg

Royal Smart Person
Oct 2, 2016
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There was an update on that many years ago. Go to an AC Delco place and you buy a pigtail and the new sensor. I can't believe it laSTED THIS LONG
 

Mark B

n00b
Thread starter
Sep 13, 2020
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There was an update on that many years ago. Go to an AC Delco place and you buy a pigtail and the new sensor. I can't believe it laSTED THIS LONG
Did they change it to the 2 prong style sensor, and can I get the connector also?
 

TexasCutlass

Apprentice
Sep 22, 2020
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I was breaking my head trying to figure out the same sensor on my cutlass not long ago. I couldn't find the connector for it on my car and every parts place would pull up the 2 prong style. One day while repairing my harness I removed all the wire loom and found a 2 prong connector hidden inside. Got the 2 prong sensor plugged it in and it worked. Still haven't figured out why there was a 1 prong sensor but no connector for it.
 

Frank_C

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Dec 28, 2020
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I was breaking my head trying to figure out the same sensor on my cutlass not long ago. I couldn't find the connector for it on my car and every parts place would pull up the 2 prong style. One day while repairing my harness I removed all the wire loom and found a 2 prong connector hidden inside. Got the 2 prong sensor plugged it in and it worked. Still haven't figured out why there was a 1 prong sensor but no connector for it.
Do you have a photo of the wire loom where you found a 2 prong connector? I have a V6 3.8L 231 engine and I have a single prong sensor (front passenger side of the engine) with no wire connected to it. Upon visual inspection of the wiring, I don't see another connection, but maybe I am looking in the wrong place. My dummy light flickers and I think if I find the connector, and attach it, the sensor light will go out.
 
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