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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-05-2016, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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2012 F4R overheating

Hi, I have a 2012 mv F4R with 3000 miles, yesterday for first time the bike is displaying on the dash "stop the engine coolant temp hight" the temp bar goes all the way up but the coolant is not even hot. The bike have a microtec ecu,mv corse slip on and the heater decat. the bike was professional dino tune by my local shop 2 years ago, I took the microbic and put back the original ecu and a soon your turn the key the fan start and the dash keep overheating( the bike is completed cold) so i believe is the coolant temp sensor # 8000B3497 I think this is the part number.
can somebody please tell me how to test this sensor for resisting I got a very good multimeter. also if somebody have one of this as spare I will buy it if you don't need it.
sorry for my gramma english is not my strong language.
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I just tested the coolant temp sensor with the engine dead cold is reading 165.1 ohm and if I turn the key on the fan start and the display show full bar.
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Yup, sounds like the Sensor's dead mate. And put the Microtec back.
Do you have the brand name and part number on the sensor, that way you might be able to get an alternative since you don't say where you are on this little planet ?

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I'm located in the bay area Ca, the part number that I need is 8000b3497, yes i put the microtec back to verify the temp readout it show 250f when the bike is dead cold, now let see how I'm going to find that part? since mv is not shipping parts ( that is what i hear)
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I'm located in the bay area Ca, the part number that I need is 8000b3497, yes i put the microtec back to verify the temp readout it show 250f when the bike is dead cold, now let see how I'm going to find that part? since mv is not shipping parts ( that is what i hear)
I know what the MV part number is, I need the part number from the actual sensor on your bike, it will also probably have a manufacturer name on it , if you take this to an auto dealer, chances are they will cross reference it for you and get you another one.
Or give it to me and I will find the part for you elsewhere.

MV does not make temperature sensors, they buy them and put them on the bikes.

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this the sensor is make by euroswitch the part number got some damage when i try to removed it read 5801x02( I'm missing the X number)if anybody can help me verifying the number on their bike it will be very helpful.

Thanks "gotojoe" - 58012302 is the full part number from Euroswitch.
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Thank mate, I'll start looking, can I have a picture of the plug also, just to see the pins and the little grooves to be able to pick the same part excactly.
Have you spoken to Moto Forza to see if they might have apart for you ?

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yes i call them but they don't have in stock they said it like 2 week to order from MV witch I don't believe it since mv distribution center is not sending part to the usa
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here is the pic, it look like a ducati plug
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Only two wires ?
Manufacturer 1 - http://www.euroswitch.cc/en/h-col-123.html
Model 580 by the looks of it - http://www.hidramatic.com/en/tempera...erature-probes
This is the best one I could find - http://www.ifm.com/ifmaus/web/pmain/...0_010_020.html

It's hard without thread size and plug pin layout - This is what I would do if I where you mate - Go to an auto car parts supplier, or another bike parts supplier. - Take that sensor with you and see if they can cross reference in their catalogues or picture/measure match something up for you. This is what I recently did - http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=189666

Tridon - http://www.tridon.com.au/products/Tr...rature-sensors
On page 172 is where it gets good for us with the older bikes, it might not be right for you, but I'm thinking you'll see what I mean - there has to be a similar part somewhere out near you. Probably page 189 for what you're looking for ?
If you struggle with that, download the catalogue from here - http://www.tridon.com.au/catalogues/

Good luck mate - Maybe one of your fellow F4 Y10+ riders will come along and give us the whole undamaged part number which will make cross referencing much easier.

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