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TW35 temp sending unit

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03-31-2012 14:43:23

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My cousin was over looking at my TW35 after working on his FIL's TW35. His FIL's has the remnants of a mechanical gauge sender in the upper hole. Mine has two electrical senders. I'd never noticed the dual senders before. The reason for two is....? Would one new mechanical sensor and gauge work, or should he be going back to the two senders? Thanks.

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03-31-2012 18:07:25

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 Re: TW35 temp sending unit in reply to Fordfarmer, 03-31-2012 14:43:23  
You likely have the electronic instrument cluster, and your buddy has the mechanical cluster. On your tractor, one is a switch that turns on an overheat warning lamp, and the other is a variable resistor that operates the temp gauge.

Yes, you can use a mechanical gauge sensor in its place.

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03-31-2012 21:25:25

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 Re: TW35 temp sending unit in reply to Bern, 03-31-2012 18:07:25  
Yes, I have the electronic cluster. But so does my cousin's FIL's tractor. His temp gauge hasn't worked the entire time he's had the tractor. I'll tell my cousin why there are two sensors, and that the mechanical gauge will work, if that's what he wants to put in. Thanks.

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