Seeing that you drive a GMC, you should learn that keeping it trouble free is paramount. Anyone who owns a GMC will figure out that only the most reliable Coolant Water Temperature Sender parts are the only ones that belong on their vehicle. Qualities such as dependability and trusted quality are what make your vehicle special, which is probably the reason why you drive one. When a Coolant Water Temperature Sender malfunctions it can result in an unquestionably inconvenient experience for any driver.
Make no mistake, in order to run at optimum levels (maximum power, minimum gas mileage) your fuel-injected engine has dozens of small sensors and sending units consistently reporting various operating conditions. One such tiny device on your GMC engine is the coolant water temperature sender. This simply reports the temperature of the coolant flowing through the engine to the onboard engine control computer; making changes to the quantity of fuel injected into the combustion chamber and the valve timing so that horsepower and fuel economy are optimal. When the coolant water temperature sender in your GMC fails, it is likely the engine will run rich until it gets hot.
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