A Coolant Pressure Sensor can be used with the ECU for datalogging and for Engine Protection purposes. A Coolant Pressure Sensor is a powered sensor that typically has three wires; a power wire, a signal wire to the ECU, and a Signal Ground.
This sensor is generally installed into a header tank or radiator, and monitors the pressure of the coolant inside the cooling system.
Early detection of head gasket integrity issues can be achieved by monitoring Coolant Pressure. Excess Coolant Pressure can be linked to combustion gasses escaping past the head gasket seal and entering the engines cooling system.
Detection of cooling system issues can also be detected by a lack of coolant pressure. This could be caused by a faulty radiator cap, leaking cooling system or faulty cooling lines.
For the Minimum Pressure diagnostic system there are some preconditions that must be met before the ECU treats the Coolant Pressure as low. This is to allow the system to warm up and build to a normal operating pressure before the pressure can be detected as low.
The Global Automotive Coolant pressure sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
MTU Coolant Pressure Sensor – The Coolant Pressure Sensor allows the engine control unit (ECU) to detect and monitor the component pressure. The sensor is designed to receive component pressure and produce an electrical signal.
This signal is based on the pressure it receives through a microprocessor. The sensor protects the engine against low oil by turning on warning lamps, logging fault codes, and possibly shutting the engine down.
The pressure sensor is essential to protecting the engine from low component pressure. If the pressure is not correctly detected, severe damage to the engine could occur.
Key benefits include : Determines when filters are plugged, lines are obstructed, or a pump is not working properly ; Regulates the pressure of the component system ; Protects the engine against low component pressure ; Ensures proper component pressure ; Cost-effective maintenance ; MTU genuine part ; Built to original factory specifications.
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