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When I got my car back from getting the new engine put in it the engine light popped on so I plugged in the Predator and got this.... P0198-engine Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit High.. I popped the hood and I cant figure it out.. what do you guys think? Thanks in advance guys :beerchug:
 

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i think thats the high voltage sensor. you think its missing? i wonder if its a normally open or closed.
 

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circuit high = means the circuit is not plugged in or broken
just look for loose connectors
 

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Thanks for the advice guys, Ive been trying to figure this out for two weeks now, I should have asked sooner haha. Thanks guys :beerchug:
 

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Alright so I checked all the wires and stuff and nothing that I can see is diconnected so I dont know whats goin on. any ideas?
 

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I'm at a loss because i thought only the diesel chargers had oil temp sensors
 

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doh
if you look up the code in the service manual its only in the diesel section. and i've seen them in that spot pic ed above on the 3.0's . Well he wouldnt have a code if it wasnt there i guess :grin:
 

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I'm at a loss because i thought only the diesel chargers had oil temp sensors
Smarta$$ :biggrinjester:

Service manual shows an oil temp sensor connector on the 5.7L HEMI, front passenger side.

I should have looked in the manual, I feel like an A$$ hat now lol. Thanks buddy, Ill check it out in the morning :beerchug:
 

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BUMP! can someone help me figure this out?
 

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Bump! Can anybody help me out?
 

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Bump! Anyone.. Anyone..
 

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If you're sure the connection is good, it might be a bad sensor.

Sorry, but if you got a new engine put in maybe you should have whoever did the install check it out, too.
 

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If you're sure the connection is good, it might be a bad sensor.

Sorry, but if you got a new engine put in maybe you should have whoever did the install check it out, too.
Yeah maybe, Ill definately take it back to them though, its just hard because i work 8 to 5 everyday and thats the shops hours too, so im just tryin to save myself some time. Thanks for the help though :beerchug:
 
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