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Cvrt temperature monitoring

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I’m revisiting this issue with cvrt  having no temp gauge. Personally it is the dumbest thing I ever heard of. But anyone put a temp sender in their cvrt j60motors? Someone said put battery operated one in but I can’t find them anywhere. I know others are interested in this issue too.  

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The civilian versions of that engine had temperature gauges so it shouldn't be too difficult other than the 12V/24V issue?

Andy

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The Fox has a temperature gauge with the J60.

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So anyone know the thread for such A sensor. Thanks for the good answers. I was wondering if the motor was the same as car one. But with military you never know what they change.

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So I looked into the xk motors in cars and found out a lot don’t have them either?  Anyone no the thread and were to put one into our j60 motor with aftermarket gauges. I no theirs an idiot light but I like to see my gauge when it comes to heat. 

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The temp sender for the warning light is on the inlet manifold near the distributor. Remove it and find something that’s 24v and has the right thread, then find a compatible gauge. Shouldn’t be that hard.

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10 hours ago, robin33ba07 said:

any one put a temperature gauge into a diesel CVRT ?

No, but Google is your friend. Plenty of options for 6bt temp senders out there.

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