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1988 lesharo temp sensor jim burzynski 3-11-11  
How do i remove/unclamp wire connector
from sensor?
Re: 1988 lesharo temp sensor BUBBA THE BUS TECH 3-12-11  
A complicated explination for a simple thing once you know the secret:
Most Renault temp sensors have a Bosch fuel injection type conector.
If you look closly it will have small wire around it. This is a retainer spring.
You will also see that the spring does not go all the way around. Sort of C shaped.
Some rare ones you just push on the wire and it releases to pull the conector off
But most are more dificult:
To release take a pick or tiny screw driver and pop the spring out of the chanel on both sides of the conector. This will release it.
Put the spring backinto the chanel before putting the plug back on. It will just push on and lock.
Good Luck
Re: 1988 lesharo temp sensor Rob Watson 3-3-18  
The '83-'89 1/2 Winnebago Lesharo/Itasca Phasar temperature sensor controls the Cold Start Valve... the 5th Fuel Injector for cold starting in the Bosch L-Jetronic Fule Injection system. It the same part as used on the Renault 5 or LeCar that was sold in North America. It has two std spade terminals and fitted to the radiator. There are NO temp connectors on this vehicle that are fitted with a Squarish Bosch Connector. Temperature Gauge sender, near the thermostat in the Bosch Fuel Injection uses a Bosch connector, but that just sends the signal to the Jaeger & Smith's instrument panel gauge. The temp sensor in the radiator is critical to the operation of the vehicle as is the expensive Bosch Thermo-time switch that operates for just 8-11 secs when getting the signal from the temperature sensor to operate the 5th Fuel Injector.
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