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Rover 75 Electrical Wiring Diagram - Engine coolant temperature sensor room temperature: 2200 ohms 30 degrees:1800 ohms forty ranges:1300 ohms 50 ranges:1100 ohms 60 ranges:610 ohms 70 tiers:500 ohms eighty tiers:360 ohms within the sensor is determined what's known as a thermistor. This is an electronic temperature touchy variable-resistor. The ect is a poor temperature coefficient sensor. Which means that as temperature goes up resistance and voltage goes down or vise-versa . The ect sensor receives a 5.00 volts reference voltage from the european. The ect works by way of changing its internal resistance according to coolant temperature and therefore additionally converting the voltage drop across the ect . Thermo fan switch 20 ranges=0.7k ohms 30 stages=zero.692k ohms 40 degrees =zero.580k ohms 50 degrees=zero.46k ohms 60 degrees=0.35k ohms 70 stages=0.28k ohms eighty stages=0.22k ohms. I am uncertain if it meets producers specifications due to the fact i dont realize what vehicle this thermo fan switch is off. A thermistor is a kind of resistor whose resistance modifications significantly with temperature. The above reading display that that is a thermistor. The resistance adjustments because this is how a thermistor operates. It really works via turning the fan on when x quantity of ohms is reached i'm unsure of the precise variety in this situation. That is a ntc thermistor. (Terrible temperature coefficient) air temperature sensor room temperature: 2480 ohms 30 tiers:1300 ohms 45 tiers:1100 ohms 50 degrees:one thousand ohms seventy five stages:914 ohms 80 degrees:seven-hundred ohms. I'm uncertain if it meets manufactures specifications due to the fact i am unsure what car this sensor came off. It appears to be in working condition as the resistance is losing when temperature is increased. This is a bad temperature coefficient thermistor as it decreases resistance with warmth. This sensor and the engine coolant temperature sensor at 80 levels each had been around 300 ohms. They are each temperature coefficient thermistors. For the easyist faults first. The first take a look at should be checking for a broken enclosure seal or signs and symptoms of water or physical harm to the european casing. If there may be no damage then continue to check the wheel pace sensors, the pump, the hydraulic regulator, brake booster, master cylinder and all connections and brake lines. If no issues are found in other components of the abs device it is most probable the eu has been shorted or damaged. Next step could be to strive some other eu to look if the trouble has been fixed.